tripalmitin


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tripalmitin

[trī′päm·ə·tən]
(organic chemistry)
C3H5(OOCC15H31)3 A white, water-insoluble powder that melts at 65.5°C; used in the preparation of leather dressings and soaps.
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IR spectra of pure drug efavirenz and the physical mixtures of efavirenz, tripalmitin, and poloxamer 188 are shown in Figure 2.
As per reported observations, optimum size (224.8-266.3 nm) was achieved for Clozapine loaded SLN with different lipids including tripalmitin and 1% poloxamer concentration [48] and 241 nm for dihydroartemisinin loaded solid lipid nanoparticles when formulated by single-emulsion solvent evaporation technique [30].
Caption: Figure 1: Solubility of efavirenz in different lipids [GMS: glyceryl monostearate, Comp: Compritol 888 ATO (glyceryl behenate), GTP: glyceryl tripalmitate (tripalmitin), GPS: glyceryl palmitostearate, GDS: glyceryl distearate, CP: cetyl palmitate].
Figure 2 shows DSC thermograms of pure PZQ, tripalmitin, tristearin, and lyophilized PZQ-SLN.
The XRD patterns of pure PZQ, tripalmitin, tristearin, and lyophilized PZQ-loaded SLN are shown in Figure 3.
The calibration study was also expanded beyond an analysis of monomers: a comparison of standards based on tripalmitin and triolein also showed no significance difference at 1.00 [micro]g [+ or -] 0.04 and 0.97 [micro]g [+ or -] 0.04, respectively.
fulgens tissues are polyunsaturated, and this percent is not likely to cause significant error if tripalmitin is used as a standard for neutral lipid analysis (as in our study).
Tripalmitin (TP), soybean oil (SO), linseed oil (LO) or fish oil (FO) was individually added to the basal diet to produce four experimental diets, respectively.
Abalone fed tripalmitin (TP) diet had a significantly lower WGR (267.32%).