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(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of butyric acid, containing the monovalent group C3H7COO- or ion C3H7COO
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(ˈbyu təˌreɪt)

a salt or ester of butyric acid.
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Mean fecal butyrate level significantly increased in those with adenoma (P=0.02).
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One of the overactive genes that helps trigger the inflammation response -- a gene called FFAR3 -- also encodes a receptor for a dietary supplement called butyrate.
In a press release, the company said the costs would range from $50 to $115; the products currently include Aldara (imiquimod 5%) Cream ($85); Altreno (tretinoin) lotion 0.05% ($115), Atopiclair nonsteroidal cream ($75), Benzamycin topical gel (erythromycin-benzoyl peroxide gel) ($75), Biafine Emulsion Topical Cream ($50), Efudex (fluorouracil) Topical Cream 5% ($85), Locoid Lipocream (hydrocortisone butyrate) Cream 0.1% ($75), and Retin-A (tretinoin) Cream ($95).
Total VFA were calculated as the sum of acetate, propionate, butyrate, isobutyrate, valerate and isovalerate, while individual main VFA were analyzed as the proportion in total VFA.
Since resistant starch and oligosaccharides in garbanzo beans cannot be digested in the gastrointestinal tract, good gut bacteria feeds on them to produce beneficial short-chain fatty acids such as propionate and butyrate. (7) This might explain the results of a study in which mice supplemented with garbanzo bean flour had a 64% reduction in the number of aberrant crypt foci--precursors to colon cancer.
A primary consequence associated with poor status of the beneficial bacterial guilds is diminished production of the short chain fatty acid butyrate that is the master mediator of microbial-host cross talk.
muciniphila became more scarce, so did butyrate, one of the gut's key protectors.
The team revealed that the probiotic stimulated the growth of gut bacteria that produce a particular metabolite called butyrate. Butyrate, in turn, prompted T cells in bone marrow to produce a protein called Wnt10b, which is vital for bone growth.
The effect seen in young female mice is linked to a metabolite called butyrate or butyric acid a type of fatty acid produced by gut bacteria.
The effect seen in young female mice is linked to a metabolite called butyrate or butyric acid -- a type of fatty acid produced by gut bacteria.
Concentrations of acetate, propionate, iso-butyrate, butyrate, and valerate were done following procedures described by Otto et al [14].