linoleate


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linoleate

(lɪˈnəʊlɪˌeɪt)
n
(Chemistry) an ester or salt of linoleic acid
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2018), as well as the perturbation of linoleate metabolism pathway, which was further identified as a mediator in the association of air pollution with asthma and cardio-cerebrovascular diseases (Jeong et al.
(28) who evaluated the antioxidative activities of 92 phenolic extracts from edible and nonedible plant materials (including beetroot peel) using autoxidation of methyl linoleate.
The introduction of a second double-bond to give linoleic acid or methyl linoleate (methyl 9(Z),12(Z)-octadecadienoate) gives rise to a peak at 2.8 ppm caused by the bis-allylic protons located at C11.
The presence of C18 fatty acids (oleic, linoleic and linolenic) in oil and in their esters was confirmed by the signals at 2.77 ppm, which are a combine measure of triene (linolenate) and diene (linoleate), and those at 2.05 ppm that relate to all these esters.
Chromatogram obtained after the injection of 1.0 [micro]L of standard stock solution containing the palmitate esters of methyl (1), methyl stearate (2), methyl oleate (3), methyl linoleate (4) and methyl linolenate (5).
Note that retinoid esters, such as retinyl palmitate and retinyl linoleate, do not penetrate well into the dermis (12);they also are not as effective as retinol, tretinoin, adapalene, and tazarotene.
Caprylic/Capric triglycerides (and) Ethyl Linoleate (and) Hexylresorcinol is clinically proven to mitigate acne-affected skin.
suffruticosa, (z)-3-hexenyl benzoate, methyl hexadecanoate, phytol, linoleic acid, methyl linoleate, M-docosane, M-tricosane, was also found [30].
Roscoe, "Effect of linoleate on electrochemical behavior of stainless steel in phosphate buffer," Corrosion, vol.
In normal healthy epidermis, this has always been predominantly linoleate. With the subsequent identification of 6hydroxysphingosine in human epidermal ceramides H has been added to this system to indicate this base [12].