linoleate


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li·no·le·ate

(li-nō'lē-āt),
Salt of linoleic acid.

linoleate

/li·no·le·ate/ (lĭ-no´le-āt) a salt (soap), ester, or anionic form of linoleic acid.

li·no·le·ate

(li-nō'lē-āt)
Salt of linoleic acid.

linoleate

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The oxidative and crosslinking ability of iron salt combination with reducing agents was studied for model system consisting of either neat ethyl linoleate or methyl linoleate, in the case of diluted aqueous emulsions.
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Substrate specificity and inhibition of linoleate -12-cis, -11-trans-isomerase from Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens.
Inhibition of oxidation of soybean phosphatidylcholine and methyl linoleate in aqueous dispersions by uric acid.
cholesterol linoleate (CHE)], oxidized CH in the form of cholestane-3[beta],5[alpha],6[beta]-triol (OX-CH), lipids, LDL, and its oxidized form (Ox-LDL) are often found in atherosclerotic lesions (4,18-20).
Retinyl linoleate and vitamins C and E also help to smooth the appearance of aging signs.
These results were consistent with several previous reports showing that trans-ferulic acid decreased lipid peroxidation with an antioxidation in bulk and emulsion of methyl linoleate (Nystrom et al.
Some research has centered on the investigation of ethyl linoleate (E18:2) as the biomarker most likely to identify alcohol-related birth defects (11).
00 (Creations Couleurs) (Solanum tuberosum (potato) starch (and) water (and) helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil (and) su- crose stearate (and) xanthan gum (and) hydrogenated leeithin (and) preservative system*) Phase B Glyceryl linoleate (and) glyceryl oleate (and) 1.