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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Using this number and the published specific activities for purified LAL acting on the natural substrates cholesterol oleate and triolein (8), we concluded that the amount of products produced with a 3-mm DB punch and the natural substrates would be well below the detection limits for mass spectrometry.
(2006) also used CRL to hydrolyze triolein at pH 7.0 [14].
thermoleovorans ID-1 could also cultivate on several lipid substrates such as oils (i.e., olive, mineral, and soybean oil), emulsifiers (i.e., Tween-20, Tween-40, and Tween-66), and triglycerides (i.e., triolein, tributyrin).
Nile red (1 mg/mL of acetone) was added to 5 mL of triolein and solution mixed and incubated at room temperature for 10 min.
Triolein has been extensively used as a representative compound of a vegetable oil and methyl oleate as the biodiesel produced from this oil.
Increasing the percentage of vegetable oil in the butter gradually increased the difference between the relative areas of the peaks and specifically decreased the ratio of peak 3 (corresponding to tripalmitin) and peak 4 (corresponding to triolein), depending on the degree of adulteration.
Identification of the volatile decomposition products of triolein," Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society, vol.
The presence of high [beta]-sitosterol was found to limit TG polymer formation in triolein, refined canola, high oleic sunflower, and flaxseed oils heated at frying temperature [34].
Choline oxidase (from Arthrobacter globiformis), horseradish peroxidase (type VI), triolein, and monoclonal anti-poly-Histidine coupled to peroxidase antibody were obtained from Sigma-Aldrich-Fluka Chemie (Saint-Quentin-Fallavier, France).
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).