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lipolysis

[lə′päl·ə·səs]
(physiology)
The release of fat from adipose tissue.
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The lipolytic activity of lipase is responsible for the development of rancidity along with the deterioration of the oil (Cancino et al.
The combined use of triacylglycerols (TAGs) containing medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs) and exogenous lipolytic enzymes as an alternative to nutritional antibiotics in piglet nutrition: II.
Peroxide value of mustard oil was found to be more easily affected by change in storage conditions, which may be due to its less resistance to lipolytic hydrolysis and oxidative deterioration.
It has been reported that growth hormone increases glyconeogenic and lipolytic, hence it is important that supporting the sufficient energy for acute exercise (Ergen 2002).
Sporulated bacteria that produce proteolytic and lipolytic enzymes are important in the spoilage process of long-life pasteurized milk (GLEESON et al.
On the other hand, the low acid value and the low peroxide value of the essential oils are indicative of their resistance toward lipolytic hydrolysis and oxidative deterioration.
Mycobacterium tuberculosis lipolytic enzymes as potential biomarkers for the diagnosis of active tuberculosis.
The selection of lipolytic microorganisms is justified by a climate of high temperatures in the state of Tocantins, Brazil, where microorganisms that produce thermostable enzymes that ensure great interest in industrial applications may be extant.
17) Moreover, the failure of insulin to suppress VLDL1 release in the postprandial phase can saturate the lipolytic pathways and contributes to postprandial lipemia.