chain fatty acids

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  • Almost all of these short-chain fatty acids will be absorbed from the colon.
  • Diagnosis is made by a blood test to detect very long chain fatty acids.
  • The brain cannot use long-chain fatty acids for energy because they are completely albumin-bound and cannot cross the blood-brain barrier.
  • In step one, ATP and a long chain fatty acid enter the enzyme's active site.
  • The production of short-chain fatty acids has several possible actions on the gut mucosa.
  • Long-chain fatty acids cannot cross the blood-brain barrier, but the liver can break these down to produce ketones.
  • Long-chain fatty acids are found in foods such as milk and certain oils.
  • However, long-chain fatty acids are not directly released into the intestinal capillaries.
  • Typically, IRD patients show elevated very long chain fatty acids in their blood plasma.
  • Whether even-chain fatty acids can be converted into glucose in animals has been a longstanding question in biochemistry.
  • Long-chain fatty acid amides of sphingosine occur frequently and some of them have known pharmacological activity.
  • Long-chain fatty acids, on the other hand, are too large to be directly released into the tiny intestine capillaries.
  • It also causes an overload of long chain fatty acids that the body cannot dispose of.
  • Silver behenate is a silver salt of the long-chain fatty acid behenic acid.
  • It is an important member of the fatty acid subgroup called short-chain fatty acids.
  • Medium-chain fatty acids are also produced when larger fatty acids are degraded.
  • The milk fats of horses contain large amounts of medium-chain fatty acids.
  • This shuttle mechanism is required only for longer chain fatty acids.
  • Typically, Zellweger syndrome patients show elevated very long chain fatty acids in their blood plasma.
  • His recent work on branched chain fatty acids is particularly noteworthy.
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