palmitoleate

palmitoleate

/pal·mi·to·le·ate/ (pal″mĭ-to´le-āt) a salt (soap), ester, or anionic form of palmitoleic acid.
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These included Methyl laurate (25), methyl myristate (33) and myristic acid (34), methyl iso-pentadecanoate (37), methyl pentadecylate (40), isopropyl myristate (41), methyl palmitoleate (46), palmitoleic acid (49), methyl palmitate (47) and palmitic acid (51), methyl margarate (52), methyl linoleate (54), methyl oleate (55), Oleic acid (59), methyl elaidate (56), methyl stearate (58), methyl 9Z,12E-Octadecadienoate (60), methyl arachidonate (63), gondoic acid (64), methyl arachidate (65), methyl erucate (69), methyl behenate (70), and methyl lignocerate (75).
Circulating palmitoleate strongly and independently predicts insulin sensitivity in humans.
05) in composition of fatty acids (caprate, laurate, myristate, pentadecanoate, palmitate, palmitoleate, margarate, cis-11 heptadodecanoate, stearate, oleate, trans-vaccenate, linoleate, cis-11 eicosenoate, docosa hexaenoic acid, and docosa pentaenoic acid) were observed.
Some individuals recommend summing 7 meconium FAEE (ethyl linolenate, palmitoleate, arachidonate, linoleate, palmitate, oleate, and stearate) and using a [greater than or equal to]2-nmol/g cutoff for heavy PAE (9, 10), whereas others sum fewer FAEE (11, 21).
Differential effects of palmitate and palmitoleate on insulin action and glucose utilisation in rat L6 skeletal muscle cells.
The researchers observed that palmitoleate suppressed inflammation, previously identified as a primary factor leading to metabolic disease.
First lipid hormone An omega-7 fatty acid called palmitoleate works like a hormone.
In this protocol, seven different fatty acid ethyl esters--ethyl palmitate, ethyl palmitoleate, ethyl stearate, ethyl oleate, ethyl linolate, ethyl linoleate, and ethyl arachidonate--were measured and the cumulative amount used as a biomarker of prenatal alcohol exposure during the later two-thirds of pregnancy.
The lines also showed a wide range for palmitate (C16:0), palmitoleate (C16:1), palmitolenate (C16:2), stearate (C18:0), linoleate (C18:2), linolenate (C18:3), the ratio of the C16/C18 fatty acids and for the oil and protein contents (Table 1).
Palmitoleate induces hepatic steatosis but suppresses liver inflammatory response in mice.
However, breast meat palmitoleate (C16:1 n-7) level was decreased by dietary addition of 5% olive oil, besides breast 11-eicosenoate (C20:1 n-9) and 11,14-eicosadienoate (C20:2 n-6) levels were reduced by dietary addition of 2 and 5% olive oil.