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Direct methylation procedure for converting fatty amides to fatty acid methyl esters in feed and digesta samples.
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Unsaturated fatty amides in feed and digesta samples can be converted to fatty acid methyl esters by incubation in methanolic HCl if the time of exposure to the acid catalyst is extended from 2 to 16 h. Expand
The production of 10-hydroxystearic and 10-ketostearic acids is an alternative route of oleic acid transformation by the ruminal microbiota in cattle.
The formation of hydroxystearic acid (HSA) and ketostearic acid (KSA) from oleic acid transformation has been documented in a variety of microbial species, including several isolated from the rumenExpand
Plasma fatty acids in sheep fed hydroxyethylsoyamide, a fatty acyl amide that resists biohydrogenation.
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It is supported that unsaturated oils can be converted to fatty acyl amides as a way to avoid ruminal biohydrogenation and elevate unsaturated fatty acids in body tissues of ruminants. Expand
Replacing cis octadecenoic acid with trans isomers in media containing rat adipocytes stimulates lipolysis and inhibits glucose utilization.
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Catabolic effects of trans isomers of octadecenoic acid had catabolic effects on adipocyte metabolism that occurred regardless of the position of the double bond, the fatty acid concentration in media or the fatty Acid to albumin ratio explain previous observations of reduced growth rate and fat accumulation when oleic acid in animal diets is replaced with a trans isomer. Expand
Dietary soybean oil changes lipolytic rate and composition of fatty acids in plasma membranes of ovine adipocytes.
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In ruminants, fatty acids of ruminal origin, namely trans intermediates of biohydrogenation or branched-chain fatty acids from microbial lipid, may account for as much change in the composition of plasma membranes and in cellular metabolism as do the small quantities of unsaturated fatty acids in the diet that escape biohydrogens. Expand
Nutrient Physiology , Metabolism , and Nutrient-Nutrient Interactions The Production of 10-Hydroxystearic and 10-Ketostearic Acids Is an Alternative Route of Oleic Acid Transformation by the Ruminal
The formation of hydroxystearic acid (HSA) and ketostearic acid (KSA) from oleic acid transformation has been documented in a variety of microbial species, including several isolated from the rumenExpand