lipophilic


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lip·o·phil·ic

(lip'ō-fil'ik),
Capable of dissolving, of being dissolved in, or of absorbing lipids.

lipophilic

(lĭp′ə-fĭl′ĭk, lī′pə-)
adj.
Having an affinity for, tending to combine with, or capable of dissolving in lipids.

lip·o·phil·ic

(lip'ō-fil'ik)
Capable of dissolving, of being dissolved in, or of absorbing lipids.

lipophilic

having an affinity for LIPIDS. Fatty acids are lipophilic as their tails attract each other.

lipophilic,

adj/n the ability to dissolve or attach to lipids.

lip·o·phil·ic

(lip'ō-fil'ik)
Capable of dissolving, of being dissolved in, or of absorbing lipids.

lipophilic (lipōfil´ik),

adj 1. showing a marked attraction to, or solubility in, lipids.
2. having an affinity for oil or fat.
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While this research suggests some benefit of lipophilic statins in preventing earlier deaths from breast cancer, their effect in the long-term remains unclear and further investigation of the risks and benefits is now needed.
18) However, the typical resuscitative measures employed in the setting of an acute, non-local anesthetic, lipophilic drug toxicity have varied and were based on the suspected class of overdosed drug.
Our focal point for developing new simplified model was to reduce the complexity of previously developed detailed model and to extract same information about the toxicity level of lipophilic chemical compounds in different subdomains of the cell in less time.
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Those taking simvastatin, the generic name for lipophilic Zocor, had 10 percent fewer cancer recurrences during a decade or so of follow-up than women not getting a statin.
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The dendrimer branches, such as diaminobutane poly(propylene imine) dendrimers, are extended with long lipophilic hydrocarbon chains.
Except when washing the samples with water, the lipophilic nutrients were well retained in the samples after a decontamination step.
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There is no mention of the membrane-limited placental transfer of lipophilic morphine.