lipolytic


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lip·o·lyt·ic

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

lip·o·lyt·ic

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

lipolytic

Pertaining to the breakdown of fat (LIPOLYSIS).
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The gastrointestinal tract microbiota of oysters contained similar relative proportions (calculated based on the mean of the logarithm of the CFU g of [tissue.sup.-1]) of all the metabolic-related bacterial groups (data from both groups were combined): 26% amylolytic bacteria, 21% lipolytic bacteria, 18% proteolytic bacteria, 18% cellulolytic bacteria and 17% lactic acid bacteria.
Under these conditions, an emulsifying activity of 83.4 UE [g.sup.-1], an IE24H of 16.4 UE [g.sup.-1], and a lipolytic capacity of 18.3 UE [g.sup.-1] were obtained.
Identification of Lipolytic Enzymes Isolated from Bacteria Indigenous to Eucalyptus Wood Species for Application in the Pulping Industry.
However, the incorporated lipids and leptin stayed at levels clearly above those of day 0, while glycerol decreased to values below the baseline in all settings on day 14, indicating a low lipolytic state of the adipocytes in general (Galic et al., 2010).
+ indicates positive activity and -, negative, since halo was not observed in lipolytic activity assays.
These results suggest that the Arg64 allele carriers have less ability to stimulate adenylyl cyclase, and in consequence lipolytic activity through the [beta]3-adrenergic might be suppressed.
According to European standards for high-quality milk, counts shall not exceed 30,000 CFU/mL of MAB and 5,000 CFU/mL of PSY (ratio 6: 1) because higher values and ratios are related to increases in the proportions of proteolytic and lipolytic phenomena [5].
Indeed, if the lipolytic action of GH may lead to a reduction in visceral and subcutaneous adipose tissue in patients with active disease [12,13], on the other hand it could be hypothesized that fat deposition in the liver and muscle may represent one of the mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of IR [14-16], which is impacted by the GH status [17], although there is also evidence against intrahepatic lipid accumulation as one of the underlying mechanisms [18-20].
(25.) Ullman V, Blasins G (1974) A simple medium for the detection of different lipolytic activity of microorganisms.
The lipolytic activity of lipase is responsible for the development of rancidity along with the deterioration of the oil (Cancino et al., 2008) which effects the nutritional values, shelf life and sensory aroma properties of food products, cosmetic and personal care products.