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Synonyms for lipid

an oily organic compound insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents

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This suggests that failure to produce lipids, perhaps because of injury or age-related metabolic changes in lung cells may be an underappreciated process in the development of lung fibrosis, one that may also offer a new and potentially easier path to new treatment of this disease," said Dr.
When a break occurs in the patient's lipid layer, components in Systane Balance are able to move towards the outer layer of the tear film so they can fuse with existing lipids to supplement and stabilise any gaps.
The use of nonfasting lipids in routine assessment presents a challenge and an opportunity for the clinical laboratory to have a dialogue with clinicians to help facilitate the interpretation of nonfasting samples.
This volume details tandem mass spectrometry for the analysis of lipids (focusing on animal systems), explaining the mechanism of decomposition reactions related to lipid structures.
From studies it has been investigated that Chlorella species found to accumulate large quantities of lipids in cells under favourable conditions (Illman et al.
Lipid oxidation is accelerated by sodium chloride and metals such as iron and copper.
A review of lipid test profiles drawn from more than 200.
But other details of MS, including the roles of myelin lipids, have been less clearly understood.
But we can get a broad census of what's living there by measuring chemicals that were in these cells: compounds such as DNA, proteins, and lipids (or fats).
Supplying more of these lipids reduces the inflammation that contributes to destruction of the nerve coatings.
These new features of SimLipid enable speedy analysis of lipid mass spectrometric data for characterizing lipids and provide a platform for quantitative analysis of lipids present in a sample mixtures.
The algae harness solar energy to make lipids from carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Also, serum lipids are the result of eating behavior.
The book begins with two introductory chapters on the diversity of membrane lipids and lipid polymorphism.