butyrate


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butyrate

[′byüd·ə‚rāt]
(organic chemistry)
An ester or salt of butyric acid containing the C4H7O2 radical.
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These flavor packs include chemicals like ethyl butyrate, which has the aroma of fresh oranges.
The biohydrogen production was accompanied by the production of volatile fatty acid, VFAs and alcohol [22]In this study, acetate, butyrate and ethanol were the main metabolites produced during the fermentation process while no lactate and propionate were detected (Table 2).
Butyrate is an energy source for colonocytes via beta oxidation.
18] used heptyl butyrate to increase the number of German wasp that was attracted to the trap which had a vial that produces 2.
However oral NaB seems to be more effective than intraperitoneal butyrate.
Five isonitrogenous diets were formulated to contain different organic acid salts, which included the control (no added organic acid salt), sodium citrate, sodium acetate, sodium propionate, or sodium butyrate added at 2%.
But when the intestine is damaged, butyrate can gain access to the stem cells and inhibit their proliferation.
8226; Sodium butyrate (Sodium butyrate is added to the culture to maintain BacMam expression.
For butyrate concentrations, an effect of sources, levels of chromium and their interaction was observed.
Clear-sight hoppers use butyrate plastic exteriors for insulation and are lined with Pyrex glass to eliminate contamination and for a clear view of material levels.