butyric acid


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an unpleasant smelling fatty acid found especially in butter

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Since butyric acid can act as an energy source by undergoing [beta] oxidation to acetyl-CoA and generating ATP (Donohoe et al.
Butyric acid is the chemical we recognise as "sour" in sour milk, and it is the main component of vomit's ghastly stench.
In connection with superiority of treatment of Indole butyric acid (IBA) with concentration of 2000 and 3000 mg/L compared to some mixed treatments observed in some cuttings of the Azalea alexander L.
Incorporating the beta-glucan concentrate into the low-fat cheese milk led to a significant increase in the production of lactic, acetic and butyric acid throughout the cheese ripening process.
During the fermentation, acetic acid and butyric acid were mainly acid in the byproduct, which directly resulted in the low solvent production.
Using a method developed by one of Hestekin's doctoral students, electrodeionization, the butyric acid is isolated and converted into butanol.
The butyric acid is considered as an anticancerigenous compound in several models of experimental carcinogenesis.
The results suggest that the colonic production of SCFA, particularly butyric acid, is one mechanism by which whole grains moderate glucose metabolism and subsequently play a protective role against the development of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Lastly, the researchers found that when blueberries and probiotics are eaten together, the content of butyric acid increases (see May/June's Food News Flashes on apples).
I admit that I fired the butyric acid, but there were additional circumstances that we will discuss in court.
With this technology, ButiPEARL™ delivers butyrate throughout the intestinal tract, assisting in nutrient absorption without the odor of butyric acid.
Asa Hakansson and Camilla Branning also noted that if blueberries are eaten together with probiotics, the content of butyric acid and propionic acid increased in the blood, two substances that are formed when fibers are broken down and that have previously been known to be important energy sources for intestinal cells.
It was observed that the production of acetic acid in all the culture tubes containing the different fibers was higher than that of butyric acid.
The drug has several effects making it of interest as a potential treatment for cocaine dependence, including increases in brain glutamate and gamma amino butyric acid (GABA).
gamma- hydroxyl butyric acid and tramadol, that were pre-reviewed in an earlier meeting.