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stearic

(stē-ăr′ĭk, stîr′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or similar to stearin or fat.
2. Of or relating to stearic acid.
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Relative to the control cells, palmitic acid increased AMPK[alpha] gene expression in single-cultured IPA and both palmitic and stearic acid increased AMPK[alpha] gene expression in co-cultured IPA (Figure 1A).
Moreover, no significant difference was observed in the contact angles of samples treated by stearic anhydride during higher esterfication times.
First, this study was done in a laboratory where researchers soaked mouse T-cells in stearic acid alone--not in magnesium stearate.
The objective of this work is to investigate the impact of monoglycerols, stearic and oleic acids on tribological and plastic properties of the greases of rapeseed oil (RO) and lard (L).
The team has now tested spherical capsules just 38 millimetres in diameter containing a blend of paraffin and stearic acid, which can be floated on the top of water in a tank.
The production of organic stearic acid to RSPO guidelines (Round Table for Sustainable Palm Oil) is guaranteed by the long-term partner Daabon from Colombia.
Before inserting the brush and gauze assembly into the bore of the barrel, throw in a handful of stearic acid.
Commercial 16-doxyl stearic acid (Sigma-Aldrich GmbH) was used as spin probe.
Currently PT Cisadane Raya Chemical (CRC) has an annual production capacity of 215,000 ton consisting of 120,000 tons of fatty acid, 10,000 tons of glycerin, and 85,000 tons of stearic acid.
The "magic ingredient," Carr says, is the beef fat's stearic acid, a saturated fat found in a host of plant and animal tissues.
The percentage of linoleic and linolenic fatty acids increased, while the percentage of palmitic and stearic fatty acids decreased.