nervonic acid

ner·von·ic ac·id

(ner-von'ik as'id),
A 24-carbon straight-chain fatty acid with a cis double bond between C-15 and C-16; occurs in cerebrosides such as nervone.

ner·von·ic ac·id

(nĕr-von'ik as'id)
A 24-carbon straight-chain fatty acid unsaturated between C-15 and C-16; occurs in cerebrosides such as nervone.
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11 Nervonic acid (n-9) C24:1 ND Total saturated fatty acids (TSFAs) 45.
0 -- Tricosanoic acid (C23:0) -- -- Lignoceric acid (C24:0) -- -- Docosahexaenoic acid -- -- (C22:6 [omega]3) Nervonic acid (C24:1) -- -- Fatty acids Flaxseed oil Dried whitebait Myristic acid (C14:0) -- 1.
Relationships between serum unsaturated fatty acids and coronary risk factors: negative relations between nervonic acid and obesity-related risk factors.
More importantly, the oil contained noticeable amounts of nervonic acid (NA) (5.
The fatty acids of purpleblow maple seed oil contain 5 to 6 percent nervonic acid (NA).
lophii extrude the VLCFA nervonic acid into the external medium.
Among the saturated fatty acids, myristic acid (C14) and palmitic acid (C16) were the most important one, while palmitoleic acid (16:1), oleic acid (C18:1), and nervonic acid (C24:1) were the main monounsaturated fatty acids.
Nevertheless, nervonic acid is an important factor in the biosynthesis of nerve cell myelin [27], and is recommended as a supplement to prevent disorders such as adrenoleukodystrophy and multiple sclerosis in elderly people [28].
Sargent JR, Coupland K and R Wilson Nervonic acid and demyelinating disease.
5 fold; unsaturated: oleic (18:1), arachidonic (20:4), docosahexaenoic (22:6) and nervonic acid (24:1) (40%, 30%, 34% and 2,4 times respectively).