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lipolysis

[lə′päl·ə·səs]
(physiology)
The release of fat from adipose tissue.
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And the absence of multiresistance and an important feature of isolated lipolytic bacteria that may possibly be used in effluent processes of residential, commercial and industrial bioremediation with high levels of lipids.
Selective media isolated bacteria were belonging to five metabolic-related groups (cellulolytic bacteria, lactic acid bacteria, proteolytic bacteria, lipolytic bacteria, and amylolytic bacteria) and two genera (Vibrio and Bacillus).
This production of lipase was superior to a comparative study of the production of biosurfactants by the Aspergillus fungus under submerged fermentation (6 days, 30[degrees]C with agitation of 120 min.-1) and solid state fermentation (12 days at 30[degrees]C) that reached lipolytic activity of 4.5 U [g.sup.-1] and 25.0 U [g.sup.-1] after 96h, respectively.
produce lipolytic enzymes that have optimum activity at neutral or moderately alkaline pH (pH = 8.0-10.0) (64).
To determine the functionality and lipolytic rate of diffASCs, the release of leptin and glycerol were measured in the cell supernatants on day 7 and 14.
[beta]2-adrenergic receptors (P2-ADRs) encoded by the ADRB2 gene are the dominant lipolytic receptors in white adipose tissue and skeletal muscle (Enoksson et al., 2000; Hagstrom-Toft et al., 1998).
Raw milk contains saprophytic bacteria with glycolytic, proteolytic, and lipolytic activities.
In addition, the well-known lipolytic effects of GH stimulate release of free fatty acids (FFA) from the adipose tissue leading to glucose-fatty acid substrate competition and decreased glucose utilisation [5, 6].
The lipolytic enzymes (lipases) can, by hydrolytic method reduce the concentration and degrade a large number of toxic and persistent substances (Liu et al., 2011, Baldo et al., 2013, Chen, Zhang, Xu, & Yan, 2013, Zadinelo et al., 2013, Costa et al., 2014).
The lipolytic producing ability was observed as a visible precipitate due to the formation of crystals of calcium salt of the oleic acid liberated by the enzyme at 30[degrees]C for 7 days.
The lipolytic activities of enzymes were measured at different temperatures i,e 30-700C, pH i,e 3-9 and solvents i,e n-heptane, Di-isopropyl ether and Cyclo hexane.