antioxidants provide these nutritional benefits, the influence of tocopherols on avian food preference has yet to be investigated.
Most importantly all of the lipophilic
extracts exhibited minimal cytotoxicity to RAW264.
KEY WORDS: diarrhetic shellfish poisoning, lipophilic
toxin, okadaic acid, abalone, gastropod, Haliotis discus hannai
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.
CoQ10 is a lipophilic
compound with a relatively high molecular weight that's insoluble in water and poorly soluble in lipids.
The approach of encapsulation overcomes the challenge of delivering nutrients, which are lipophilic
, via food, which is generally hydrophilic.
Published research has also suggested an approximate 1:1 milk/serum relationship (lipid adjusted) on a population basis for 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin; however, our results suggest a more complex relationship for persistent, lipophilic
chemicals with the milk/ serum relationship dependent on chemical class.
The link between statin use and risk reduction was consistent for lipophilic
and hydrophilic agents, but absent in nonstatin cholesterol-lowering drugs, wrote Dr.
The first thin film is formed of a hydrophilic organic material, which has hydrophilic groups that have been partially or wholly converted to lipophilic
The association between statin use and risk reduction was consistent for both lipophilic
and hydrophilic agents, but absent in non-statin cholesterol-lowering drugs, Dr.
One explanation for the inconsistencies is that "only the lipophilic
statins, which could cross the blood-brain barrier more easily, would affect brain cholesterol metabolism.
We didn't expect that," says Prior, "since fruits and berries don't contain a large amount of lipophilic