liposoluble


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liposoluble

 [lip″o-sol´u-b'l]
soluble in fats.

lip·o·sol·u·ble

(lip'ō-sol'yū-bĕl),
Fat-soluble.

lip·o·sol·u·ble

(lip'ō-sol'yŭ-bĕl)
Fat-soluble.
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Given these characteristics, marine algae have been widely studied for potential therapeutic uses, especially due to their ability to biosynthesize a vast diversity of metabolites of biological and ecological importance (e.g., terpenoids, polyphenolic compounds, sterols, liposoluble and hydrosoluble vitamins, polysaccharides, and polyunsaturated fatty acids) (Batista et al., 2009).
Later on, a liquid-liquid extraction (LLE) was carried out with diethyl ether (2 extractions with 25 mL of solvent each one) to remove lipidic material or liposoluble substances contained in the raw extract [23].
Liang et al., "Antifatigue activity of the liposoluble fraction from Acanthopanax senticosus," Phytotherapy Research, vol.
Vitamina D es el termino general aplicado a un numero de derivados del esterol liposoluble (74), que son activos en la prevencion del raquitismo en animales y que existen en distintas formas.
The major liposoluble components of G.hispida beans are saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, phospholipids and sterols.
Antinociceptive activities of the liposoluble fraction from seeds and extract of leaves of Vitex negundo has been reported in rodent models (Zheng, C.J., 2010; Gupta, R.K.
La ivermectina es un farmaco muy liposoluble que se distribuye ampliamente por la circulacion debido a su lenta liberacion, desde el tejido graso que actua como sitio de deposito, alcanzando altas concentraciones en la mucosa del tracto gastrointestinal, el pulmon y la piel que son tejidos donde se localizan preferentemente los parasitos [13, 14, 26].