triene


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triene

(ˈtraɪˌiːn)
n
(Chemistry) a chemical compound containing three double bonds
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Se hace muchas preguntas que triene que ver con una disyuntiva importante: ?que vale mas: el bienestar material que ofrece un pais de primer mundo o el bienestar emocional y humano que da Cuba?
annua is composed of a diverse array of structures from the prosaic, regular monoterpenes such as [alpha]-pinene, 1,8-cineole, and camphor, to the rearranged, such as fenchol and camphene hydrate, and to the irregular, such as artemisia alcohol, artemisia ketone, and santolina triene which give the plant a sweet scent.
A415 represents the peak maximum in Vis region and is assigned mostly to carotenoids, A370 approximately describes flavonoid content [17], and A300 could represent polyphenol content since the absorbance at 280 nm is highly affected by K272-conjugated triene value found in olive oils [8].
Researchers identified these mediators from human milk, mouse exudates, and human macrophages [17], and they cause lipoxygenation of DHA, producing a maresin-epoxide intermediate that is converted to sulfido-conjugate (SC) with triene double bonds, which belongs to the maresin family.
Generally, effects of oxidation can be evaluated by acid value (AV) representing hydrolytic reactions, peroxide value (PV), conjugated diene and triene acids as indicators of primary oxidation in addition to malonaldehyde (MAD), anisidine value and thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS) as indices of secondary oxidation products.
By spectrophotometric methods, we determined the content of substrates for lipid peroxidation processes diene conjugates, triene conjugates, and Schiff bases by Volchegorskii method [20] and albumin by reaction with green bromocresol.
Mifepristone is typified by convenience, safety and no significant adverse reactions.15,16 Gestrinone, as a common drug, is a synthetic triene hormone with anti-progesterone, moderate anti-estrogen and anti-gonadal effects, which can increase the content of free testosterone, reduce the level of sex hormone-binding globulin, suppress the FSH and LH peak values and decrease the LH mean to reduce estrogen levels.
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Key statement: The present invention achieves increased filler interaction by incorporating a small amount (a few units per chain of rubbery polymer) of a conjugated triene monomer, such as alloocimene, randomly throughout the polymer chain of a rubbery polymer or at the chain ends of the rubbery polymer.
Essential fatty acids or the triene:tetraene ratio can be determined in children with suspected essential fatty acid deficiency.
Until now, spilanthol (deca-2E,6Z,8E-trienoic acid isobutylamide), containing three unsaturated double bounds in the fatty acid chain (a triene), is the only plant N-alkylamide on which research was done to evaluate the permeation through human skin: no other plant N-alkylamides were investigated yet for transdermal purposes.
Protectins are distinguished by the presence of a conjugated triene double bond and by their potent bioactivity.