, I learned, is one of the main ingredients in a Chanel perfume so it was hardly surprising I adored it.
For example, a mere change of fragrance from citrus to a vanilla-type aldehydic
note can cause color and odor instability issues when amine-type ingredients, such as amino acids, peptides, or hydrolyzed proteins, are also present in that "base" formulation.
2001), who found that the hens fed feed levels with 80 mg/kg vitamin E prevented cytotoxic aldehydic
lipid peroxidation (MDA) in PUFA-enriched eggs.
5', its singular note and launched the important aldehydic
family of fragrances.
A role for 4-hydroxynonenal, an aldehydic
product of lipid peroxidation, in disruption of ion homeostasis and neuronal death induced by amyloid [beta]-peptide.
FTIR spectra of the membrane indicated the presence of free hydroxyl groups and absence of free aldehydic
5 is a striking blend of jasmine, rose, ylang-ylang, patchouli and iris, gentled with amber and a sparkling aldehydic
Intracellular A[beta]42 may interact with the lipids in the RER to induce lipid peroxidation (toxic aldehydic
products like 4-hydroxynonenal) as it does with the plasma membrane.
It's a semi-heavy aldehydic
fragrance created in 1921 by fashion designer Coco Chanel, who has often been quoted as saying, ``Perfume is part of you; no elegance is possible without it.
AFTER four decades in the perfume business, Lorna McKay's nose should be worn out - but she can still tell a fruity floral from an aldehydic
at 10 paces.