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lipoid

[′lī‚pȯid]
(biochemistry)
A fatlike substance.
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Additionally, Lipoid Kosmetik recently rolled out jackfruit organic Herbasol.
Lipoid S 75, Lipoid S 100, Lecinol S 10, Hydrogenated soybean phosphatidylcholine (HSPC) 50, Lipoid S 75-3, and Lipoid S 100-3 were purchased from Pharmachem (Seoul, Korea).
A novel missense mutation in exon 7 of the ECM1 gene in an Iranian lipoid proteinosis patient.
Compositions of the formulations FI-FIV Compositions FI FII FIII FIV Caffeine 0.025 g 0.025 g 0.177 g 0.174 g Lipoid S 100 0.222 g 0.15 g 0.3 g Phospholipon 0.222 g 90 G Cholesterol 0.277 g 0.277 g Chloroform 12.5 mL 12.5 mL Ethanol 6 g 6 g Water 8.673 g 8.526 g PBS (pH: 10 mL 10 mL 7.4) PBS: Phosphate-buffered saline Table 2.
[2] reported an endogenous form of lipoid pneumonia that presented similar clinical, histological, and radiological findings of the exogenous form but with different pathogenesis related to chronic bronchial obstruction from chronic bronchitis, neoplasms, or other endogenous factors (as lipid storage disorder).
In order to eliminate the effect of the oil's lipoid condition on germination and plantlet development, an emulsion of water and soybean oil (45 %) from Cargill (Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil) was also tested.
While these specific studies did not report any negative side effects of oil pulling, other peer-reviewed articles link oil pulling to exogenous lipoid pneumonia, which is a rare form of pneumonia that is caused when a person aspirates an oily substance (10).
Histology provided evidence that elastofibroma is hypocellular, containing a combination of collagen, fibroblasts and elastin with lipoid tissue interspersed centrally.
The influence of sample substrate on target compounds determination is derived from endogenous components of sample, which are organic and inorganic components and exist in extracting solution after sample preparation; the components included ion particle composition (electrolytes and salts), strong polar compounds (phenols and pigment), and organic components (sugars, amines, carbamide, lipoid, congener, and metabolism of target object); when these substances and target compounds fly into the ion source at the same time after honey samples preparation, they will affect the ionization process of target compounds [29].
Lecithin (phosphatidyl choline S75) was obtained as a gift sample from Lipoid. Tween 80 and Span 80 were purchased from Srichand United Dispensary.
Hibiscus methanol extract was purchased from Kshipra Biotech, Indore, India; Glyceryl monostearate (GMS) was from Adithi foods & Paper products (Hyderabad, India); Tween 80 and Soybean lecithin were procured from Lipoid GmbH (Ludwigshafen, Germany).