lipolytic


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lip·o·lyt·ic

(lip'ō-lit'ik),
Relating to or causing lipolysis.
Synonym(s): lipoclastic

lipolytic

[-lit′ik]
pertaining to the chemical breakdown of fat.

lip·o·lyt·ic

(lip'ō-lit'ik)
Relating to or causing lipolysis.

lipolytic

Pertaining to the breakdown of fat (LIPOLYSIS).

lipolytic,

adj/n the ability to break up fat.
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2A shows a reciprocal relationship between the amount of fat deposited and glycerol secreted from the kinsenoside-treated cells, indicating the lipolytic effect of kinsenoside.
Moreover lipolytic activity was measured according to Mauriello et al.
The ability of commercial lipolytic enzyme Lipoprime 50T to catalyze the biotechnologically important process of environment-friendly biodiesel production by rapeseed oil transesterification (methanolysis) was studied, the optimal process conditions were determined and the effects of water content and different organic solvent were analyzed.
The present study was, therefore, designed to confirm and provide more information on the lipolytic activity of nine fungal species (Aspergillus tamarii, Aspergillus chevallieri, Penicillium chrysogenum, Cephaliophora irregularis, Syncephalastrum racemosum, Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus ruber, Aspergillus terreus and Aspergillus niger) isolated from naturally infected stored castor seeds.
When properly conditioned, the lipolytic enzyme not only remained catalytically active after being pressed under typical manufacturing conditions (temperature and pressure), but also remained stable in pressed composites stored at room temperature.
Enzymes - Strategies for Enzyme Activity Measurements, Proteolytic Enzymes, Lipolytic Enzymes, Oxidoretductases.
Report: Excess fatty volume is particularly resistant to diet and exercise because fat cells are less able to eliminate fat (they have reduced lipolytic capabilities).
Furthermore, manufacturers can utilize high strength capsicum in their formulations without handling challenges; almost anyone is now able to benefit from the thermogenic and lipolytic properties of hot red peppers -- a major technical achievement and a true breakthrough that will no doubt be employed across the nutraceutical industry in a variety of weight management, diet control and sports nutrition formulas.
Effect of short-term fasting on lipolytic responsiveness in normal and obese human subjects.
Lasa's thesis showed the results obtained after treatment with CLA in hamsters subjected to energy restriction and the effect of resveratrol on accumulated fat and lipolytic activity in cell cultures of adipocytes of murinae and humans.
RER values suggested that consumption of a single LC meal increased fat oxidation, while a LF meal resulted in a diminished lipolytic response and increased insulin levels.
An intensive two-week treatment that contains active coffee and herbal extracts to reduce fat stores and a Lipolytic Complex to attack cellulite, plus evening primrose oil to improve skin elasticity.