palmitate


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pal·mi·tate

(pal'mi-tāt),
A salt of palmitic acid.

palmitate

ester of palmitic acid, a common dietary fatty acid.
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Effect of ascorbyl palmitate on the preservation of [alpha]-tocopherol in sunflower oil, alone and with herbs and spices.
5 to 100 Every 2 to decanoate (12) 4 weeks Haloperidol 10 to 15 times Every 4 weeks decanoate (13) oral dose Second-generation antipsychotics Aripiprazole 160 to 400 Monthly monohydrate (14) Aripiprazole 441 to 882 Monthly, or lauroxil (15) every 6 weeks (882 mg only) Olanzapine 150 to 405 Every 2 or pamoate (16) 4 weeks Paliperidone 39 to 234 Every 4 weeks palmitate (1 month) (17) Paliperidone 273 to 819 Every 3 palmitate months (3 month) (18) Risperidone 12.
For this study, one group was fed formula containing INFAT--Advanced Lipids' SN-2 palmitate ingredient; the second was fed a control formula; and a third group of breastfed infants was included for reference.
They discovered nutrients that "feed" the skin and complement the potent activity of retinyl palmitate and oryza rice-bran ceramides.
For the 12 months ending 31 March 2016, Clindamycin Palmitate Hydrochloride for Oral Solution USP, 75 mg/5 ml, had US sales of about USD30.
The enzymatic assay using p-nitrophenyl palmitate was positively undertaken in the selected strains by the above-mentioned tests.
Keywords: Anti-inflammatory, Chronic asthma, Mouse, Interleukin-5, Methyl palmitate, Airway remodeling.
They were noted with Sulfamic Acid, Sodium Nitrite and Sodium Palmitate only at the high concentration, but at both temperatures, while with Potassium Fluoride and Sodium Gluconate, they were noted at both concentrations but only at the high temperature.
beta]-Amyrin palmitate is known to be present in a number of plants including Lobelia inflata, Protium heptophyllum and Tabernaemontana dichotoma, however this is the first reporting of isolation of [beta]-amyrin palmitate from hemidesmus.
For all treatments, FBS in the culture solution was replaced with fatty acid-free BSA (1 g/L), and cells were treated with various concentrations of sodium salts of palmitate or stearate (0, 200, 300, 400, 500, and 600 [micro]M) for 48 h in the culture solution at 37[degrees]C and 5% C[O.
The crude methanolic extract from the leaves of Lobelia inflata containing beta-amyrin palmitate reportedly exhibited antidepressant activity in mice [125].
Increased levels of free fatty acids (FFAs), specifically saturated free fatty acids such as palmitate are associated with insulin resistance of muscle, fat and liver.