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Registration of C1726 and C1727 soybean germplasm with altered levels of palmitic acid.
After controlling for age, BMI, WHR (which persisted in the model), and the individual remaining fatty acids, only the proportions of palmitic acid (C16:0; P = 0.
Transport and metabolism of palmitic acid ([S] = 1 [Mu]M) could account for an average of 37% of the metabolic demand, while [is less than]1% of the metabolic rate could be supplied through alanine transport.
Among saturated fats, the acid that presented the highest content in the present study was palmitic acid (C16: 0), with average of 105.
On the other hand, FFAs are composed by several type fatty acids which are either saturated and contain no double bonds, as palmitic acid (C16:0), monounsaturated which contain only one double bond, such as oleic acid (18:1 n-9), or polyunsaturated (PUFAs) that possess multiple double bonds, typified by [omega]-6 arachidonic acid (20:4 n-6) and [omega]-3 eicosapentaenoic acid (20:5 n-3) and have recently been reviewed to uncouple oxidative phosphorylation, by facilitating proton leakage across the lipid mitochondrial membrane and by decreasing ATP production [96,97].
Manool, E-nerolidol, germacrene d, benzyl benzoate, palmitic acid, methyl palmitate d-cadinene and anthranilic acid were found to be the major components in the oils extracted from SCFE, solvent extraction and steam distillation but with varying concentrations.
Palmitic acid showed positive genotypic and phenotypic correlation with linolenic acid.
05) *The serum levels of palmitic acid, lysoPC (16:0), 3D, 7D, 11D-phytanic acid, and kynurenine were significantly different between the active TB and pneumonia subgroups *LysoPC (16:0) was the only single metabolite to significantly distinguish active TB from the diseases other than TB ( ?
Palmitic acid was the main saturated component in all the seed oils ranging from A.