Rumenic acid: A proposed common name for the major conjugated linoleic acid isomer found in natural products

@article{Kramer1998RumenicAA,
  title={Rumenic acid: A proposed common name for the major conjugated linoleic acid isomer found in natural products},
  author={J. Kramer and P. Parodi and R. G. Jensen and M. Mossoba and M. Yurawecz and R. Adlof},
  journal={Lipids},
  year={1998},
  volume={33},
  pages={835}
}
At the last American Oil Chemists’ Society meeting in Chicago, May 10–13, 1998, there was a formal discussion period after a day-long series of presentations on conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) attended by about 100 participants. One of the topics discussed was the possible naming of the major CLA isomer, cis-9, trans-11-octadecadienoic acid—found in milk, other dairy products, and meats of ruminant animals—as rumenic acid. The name rumenic acid has been proposed by Peter W. Parodi and is… Expand
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