triolein


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triolein

(traɪˈəʊlɪɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a naturally occurring glyceride of oleic acid, found in fats and oils. Formula: (C17H33COO)3C3H5. Also called: olein
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Noun1.triolein - a naturally occurring glyceride of oleic acid that is found in fats and oils
glyceryl ester - an ester of glycerol
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Thermal degradation and Isomerization Kinetics of Triolein studied by Infrared Spectrometry and GC-MS combined with Chemometrics.
Lipoprotein lipase (LPL) activity was measured by detecting liberated 3H triolein substrate emulsion according to previously reported method (Nilsson-Ehle and Schotz, 1976).
Miller, Phase Behavior, Dynamic Contacting and Detergency in Systems Containing Triolein and Nonionic Surfactants, Prog.
2008) studied twelve different solvents for triolein transesterification (methanolysis) catalyzed by immobilized lipase from Candida sp.
Trielaidin (trans-fat standard) and triolein (cis-fat standard) were purchased from Nu-Check-Prep, Elysian, MN.
98 (a) All concentration values shown are expressed as mmol/L, triolein [Wise and Watters (18)].
The amount of lipid was determined from a standard curve, using Triolein (Sigma) as standard.
Lipid contents were determined by the vanillin reagent method (Van Handel 1985; Warburg & Yuval 1996), with triolein being used as a standard.
y otros cuatro autores, Selective transesterification of triolein with methanol to methyl oleate and glycerol using alumina loaded with alkali metal salt as a solid-base catalyst, Appl.
In the in vitro research, crude saponins from the stem and leaves of the plant were used, and assay for their inhibitory effects on porcine pancreatic lipase was performed by measuring the rate of release of oleic acid from triolein.