triolein


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o·le·in

(ō'lē-in),
A triacylglycerol, solely containing oleoyl moieties, found in fats and oils.
Synonym(s): triolein

triolein

see olein.
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To mimic in vivo conditions, triolein emulsion was successively incubated with an excess of gastric lipase in acidic medium and an excess of pancreatic lipase and colipase in duodenal conditions.
max] (b) [+ or -] SD, % [beta]-Sitosterol 97 [+ or -] 2 Cholesterol 89 [+ or -] 3 Stigmastanol 82 [+ or -] 11 Cholesterol sulfate 92 [+ or -] 4 Ceramide 2 76 [+ or -] 7 Ceramide 5 76 [+ or -] 3 Cholesteryl oleate 52 [+ or -] 7 Triolein 41 [+ or -] 14 Stearic acid 9 [+ or -] 10 Relative [I.
Medaka fish (Oryzias latipes) embryos were exposed to PbTx-1 via microinjection of toxin reconstituted in a triolein oil droplet.
The measurement of fecal fat excretion (1) remains an important test in the diagnosis of fat malabsorption despite the development of alternative biochemical investigations, such as the butterfat test (2), steatocrit (3), and triolein breath tests (4), and alternative diagnostic strategies in gastroenterology.
1 040 693) and lipase (turbidimetric measurement of triolein hydrolysis, cat.
5 g/L hemoglobin) greatly increased the estimated concentration of each ubiquitin in the samples, although highly purified hemoglobin (2 g/L), bilirubin (20-200 mg/L), and a lipid mixture [of egg yolk lecithin (91-910 mg/L) and triolein (85-850 mg/L)] showed no substantial interference in the assays (data not shown).