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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Two of three studies included in our review were conducted in colorectal cancer patients; one had null effects and the other showed an increase in fecal butyrate concentration after prebiotic supplementation.
Butyrate is a short-chain fatty acid sold online and in many health food stores, without need for prescription.
The molar proportion of butyrate increased (P<0.05) in all EO treatments, except S.
There the bacteria saccharolytically ferment the soluble fiber to short-chain fatty acids; butyrate being quintessential.
"If successful, this research could substantiate the use of butyrate or probiotics as a novel, safe, and inexpensive treatment for optimizing skeletal development in young people and to prevent osteoporosis in older people."
Where, [Y.sub.ijk] = dependent variable (pH, chemical oxygen demand [COD], nitrogen, acetate, propionate, iso-butyrate, butyrate, valerate and odour),
is proud to announce the addition of Cellulose Acetate Butyrate (CAB) - more commonly known as butyrate - to Plastic-Block[TM] product offerings.
When these bacteria digest fiber, they produce short-chain-fatty-acids (SCFAs), including butyrate, as byproducts.
This fermentation process has been shown to promote the production of a particular short chain fatty acid called butyrate, (7) and high levels of fecal butyrate have been shown to be associated with lowered risk of diet-related large bowel diseases and colorectal cancer.
Sodium butyrate (NaB) is a product of healthy gut microbiota and a histone deacetylase inhibitor.
If a TV commercial told you that nothing starts a sunny day like a nice cold glass of ethyl butyrate, you probably wouldn't buy it, would you?
Butyrate is a four-carbon fatty acid, which cannot be synthesized by the human cells; it is the end product of colonic bacterial aerobic fermentation of fiber and starch [4].