pancreatic lipase


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pancreatic lipase

[¦pan·krē¦ad·ik ′lī‚pās]
(biochemistry)
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Furthermore, lipase supplementation (0.3 g/kg feed) increased the pancreatic lipase activity, VH and VH:CD ratio, while decreased FCR and the relative abdominal fat percentage during the overall experiment.
Bhutani, Pancreatic lipase inhibitors from natural sources: unexplored potential, Drug Discov.
Intestinal fat digestion is mainly due to the action of pancreatic lipase, a key enzyme involved in the digestion of fats into free fatty acids and glycerol [34].
The herbal composition FB3 Fusion Ingredient that features Coleus forskohlii, Salacia reticulata and Sesamum indicum--standardized for diterpene forskolin, kotanol and salacinol, and sesamin, respectively--has been shown to inhibit pancreatic lipase with differing degrees and dynamics.
One therapeutic approach for the treatment of obesity is the inhibition of dietary lipid absorption via inhibition of pancreatic lipase (PL) (Shi and Burn, 2004).
Oleanane-type triterpene oligoglycosides with pancreatic lipase inhibitory activity from the pericarps of Sapindus rarak.
The digestion and absorption of lipids require several factors, such as the presence of bile salts, pancreatic lipase, colipase, and fatty acid binding protein.
Traces of pancreatic lipase may produce unesterified fatty acids, damaging endothelial cells and promoting thrombosis and infarction.
fragilis lactase ([micron]kat/ml) 0.32 [+ o -] 0.02 0.112 [+ o -] 0.008 TABLE 2 Absence of inhibitory effect of different polysaccharide materials on the activity of porcine pancreatic lipase at concentrations of 0.10 g/l, pH 7.50 and 37[grados]C Polysaccharide material Activity/nkat [mg.sup.-1] None 5.8 [+ o -] 0.6 T.
Extrahepatic peribiliary glands express [alpha]-amylase isozymes, trypsin and pancreatic lipase: an immunohistochemical analysis.
Gezer, Production of Aroma Esters by Immobilized Candida rugosa and Porcine Pancreatic Lipase into Calcium Alginate Gel, J.