nonesterified

nonesterified

(ˌnɒnɛˈstɛrɪˌfaɪd)
adj
(Chemistry) chem relating to a fatty acid that is not esterified with glycerol to make glyceride
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Atorvastatin treatment induced peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha expression and decreased plasma nonesterified fatty acids and liver triglyceride in fructose-fed rats.
2 IU/kg body weight) or saline on plasma concentrations of growth hormone (GH) (A), insulin (B), glucose (C), and nonesterified fatty acid (NEFA) (D) in goats (n = 5).
Evaluation of nonesterified fatty acids and [beta]-hydroxybutyrate in trasition dairy cattle in the Northeastern United States: Critical thresholds for prediction of clinical diseases .
A ativacao destas enzimas resulta em elevacao nas concentracoes sericas de acidos graxos nao esterificados, nonesterified fatty acids (NEFA), e maior disponibilidade para a oxidacao pelos tecidos, principalmente muscular.
Secreted apoA-I associates with phospholipids and nonesterified free cholesterol transferred from cells to HDL via ABCA1, to form discoidal pre-[beta]-HDL.
They found that cows fed betaine had higher plasma concentrations of nonesterified fatty acids during the early lactation period.
Critical examples of useful natural substances are fibrinolytic enzymes--classically nattokinase (subtilisin, produced by bacteria from boiled/fermented soybeans), serrapeptase (from bacteria found in the silkworm intestine), and lumbrokinase (enzymes from earthworms)--along with nonesterified tocopherols/tocotrienols (vitamin E), carotenoids and betacarotene with vitamin A activity, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) from marine sources, even ubiquinone, liposomal glutathione (GSH), L-carnitine, alpha-lipoic acid, curcumin, Pycnogenol from grapeseeds or tree bark, and several bioflavonoids.
Concentrations of nonesterified fatty acids and glucose in blood of periparturient dairy cows are indicative of pregnancy success at first insemination.
Findings were similar for levels of insulin (20% and 37% reductions in response) and for the suppression of nonesterified fatty acids (33% and 47% reductions in response).
Biocomposites containing esterified char at 290[degrees]C also showed decrease in water uptake as much as nonesterified char.
Enzymatic methods were used to estimate total cholesterol, nonesterified cholesterol, triglycerides, and phospholipids (Akins et al.