nonsaponifiable


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non·sa·pon·i·fi·a·ble

(non'să-pon'i-fī'a-bĕl),
Not subject to saponification; for example, triacylglycerols are saponifiable but cholesterol is nonsaponifiable.
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Another aliquot was used for measuring the radioactivity incorporated into total liver lipids and into the nonsaponifiable fraction plus the fatty acids resulting from a previous saponification reaction with 10% (w/v) KOH in methanol at 85[degrees]C for 45 min.
When the incorporation of [14C]acetate into total lipids, fatty acids, and nonsaponifiable lipids was investigated, low doses of G (25 mmolG/kg chow) did not significantly decrease the radiolabelling in the total lipids, but at 50 or 75 mmol G/kg chow, a diminution in incorporation became progressively significant.
NP-10, NP-25, CB-4-34, X-743 and aromatic oil 745 plasticizers are aromatic, chemically inert, and nonsaponifiable.
The neutral lipophilic nonsaponifiable substances were eluted with n-heptane (Gebhardt, 1993; Aufenanger et al.
Company's NP-10, NP-25, CB-4-34, X-743 and aromatic oil 745 plasticizers are all aromatic, chemically inert, and nonsaponifiable.