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glyceride

[′glis·ə‚rīd]
(biochemistry)
An ester of glycerin and an organic acid radical; fats are glycerides of certain long-chain fatty acids.
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A 50 [micro]l aliquot was used for Agilent 6410B Triple Quadrupole LCMS testing to analyze sphingolipids, and another 50 [micro]l was used for Thermo Scientific HPLC-LTQ/FTICRMS testing to analyze phosphoglycerides, glycerides and sphingomyelins.
Abstract In this article, a new synthetic approach for the modification of partial glycerides (PG) obtained from sunflower oil with thermally curable benzoxazine units and its potential use as a coating material are described.
Thus, the measurement is actually a measurement of total glyceride rather than triglycerides (6).
The profile and retention front separation of various neutral lipids component such as Triacyl glyceride (TAG), Diacyl glyceride), Free fatty acid(FF) and Mono acyl glycerides (MAG) profiles are deduced by comparing with the standard triolene.
Sheffield's three NF pharma glycerides, which benefit from a 60-year manufacturing pedigree, are suitable for a wide range of applications in oral and other dosage forms.
An investigation into the effects of preparation conditions and storage on the rate of drug release from pharmaceutical glyceride bases.
In addition to the new ingredients, Loders Croklaan have developed their technology to make Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) available in glyceride and powder form.
Distilled mono glycerides in various physical forms include Pationic 900, 901 and 902 fine beads; Pationic 909 very fine beads; and Pationic 907 semi-solids.
It is based on a proprietary blend of synthetic resins and fatty glycerides with modified organic fatty acids, all FDA-approved for food contact.
00 (Nylon 6/12 (and) olive glycerides (and) ceramide 3 Phase D Preservative q.
Potassium cetyl phosphate, hydrogenated palm glycerides 1.
Distilled mono glycerides offered in various physical forms: fine beads (Pationic 900, 901 and 902), very fine beads (Pationic 909), and a semi-solid (Pationic 907).