palmitoleic acid


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pal·mi·to·le·ic ac·id

(pal'mi-tō-lē'ik as'id),
9-Hexadecenoic acid; a cis-monounsaturated 16-carbon acid; one of the common constituents of the triacylglycerols of human adipose tissue.
Synonym(s): zoomaric acid

palmitoleic acid

/pal·mi·to·le·ic ac·id/ (pal-mit-o-le´ik) a monounsaturated 16-carbon fatty acid occurring in many oils, particularly those derived from marine animals.

pal·mi·to·le·ic ac·id

(pal'mi-tō-lē'ik as'id)
A monounsaturated 16-carbon acid; one of the common constituents of the triacylglycerols of human adipose tissue.

palmitoleic acid

a 16-carbon monounsaturated, with a double bond at carbons 7,8, endogenously synthesized nonessential fatty acid.
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Purified palmitoleic acid for the reduction of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein and serum lipids: a double-blinded, randomized, placebo controlled study.
The study does not address what happens to palmitoleic acid levels when high carbs are combined with a diet high In saturated fat.
The study looked at how high-saturated-fat, low-carb diets and high-carb, low-saturated-fat diets affect blood levels of saturated fatty acid (known to lead to cardiovascular disease) and an omega-7 fatty acid called palmitoleic acid.
2008) detected 26% of palmitic acid, 5% of palmitoleic acid, 52% of oleic acid, and 8% of linolenic acid in acai pulp.
Name Nomenclature Alto Alegre C14:0 myristic acid 1,05 [+ or -] 0,03 (a) C14:1 miristoleic acid 0,45 [+ or -] 0,01 (c) C15:0 pentadecyclic acid 0,19 [+ or -] 0,01 (b) C15:1 6-pentadecenoic acid Nd C16:0 palmitic acid 20,48 [+ or -] 0,01 (a) C16:1[omega]7 palmitoleic acid 2,94 [+ or -] 0,21 (a) C17:0 margaric acid 0,36 [+ or -] 0,03 (a) C17:1 cis-10-Heptadecenic acid Nd C18:0 stearic acid 9,60 [+ or -] 0,17 (a) C18:1[omega]9c cis-oleic acid 26.
Conversely, citramalic acid, glycine, gluconic acid lactone, phenylalanine, and palmitoleic acid were either higher or lower in nonobese vs obese women irrespective of PCOS (Fig.
Those main peaks were identified in relation with their retention times compared with standards as: palmitic acid (C16:0), palmitoleic acid (C16:1), stearic acid (C18:0), oleic acid (C18:1), linoleic acid (C18:2) and linolenic (C18:3).
The three key fatty acids in the fed python plasma turned out to be myristic acid, palmitic acid and palmitoleic acid.
The researchers identified the three fatty acids, myristic acid, palmitic acid and palmitoleic acid, for their roles in the snakes' healthy heart growths after a meal.
The most active monounsaturated acid was palmitoleic acid (C16:1, D9);
Monounsaturated: One of the "good" fats, monounsaturated fatty acids include palmitoleic acid and oleic acid.
In vitro work has shown that the FAEE palmitoleic acid ethyl ester induces a significant increase of calcium in the substance filling the acinar cell (i.