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Brassidic acid     docos-13-enoic acid

Synonyms: AG-B-17638, AG-D-22242, AG-K-28358, ACMC-2099gq, ANW-16536, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of ERUCIC ACID

 

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  • 1. Experiments were done to measure the effects of 100 and 200 g/kg of either pea meal or low glucosinolate, low erucic acid rapeseed meal on food intake and growth, food choice and meat organoleptic quality in broiler chickens [6].
 

High impact information on ERUCIC ACID

  • Giant platelets in erucic acid therapy for adrenoleukodystrophy [7].
  • However, we were unable to detect any corresponding changes in brain indicating that little erucic acid crossed the blood-brain barrier [8].
  • To examine directly the role of these changes in neutral lipid metabolism in the development of irreversible cellular injury and associated increases in tissue Ca2+ content, the authors fed rats large amounts of a fatty acid (erucic acid) that is poorly oxidized by the heart and that subsequently accumulates as neutral lipid [3].
  • Rats fed a high erucic acid (C22:1) diet in the form of 20% rapeseed oil for 3-5 days had a fourfold increase in triglyceride (49.5 +/- 3.8 SEM mg/g wet wt versus 13.6 +/- 13, n = 4) and a 60% increase in long-chain acyl CoA content (166.0 +/- 21.9 versus 91.5 +/- 9.0 nM/g wet wt, n = 4), compared with controls [3].
  • However, continued erucic acid intake for 3 months was associated with focal myocardial degeneration and loss of myocytes [3].
 

Biological context of ERUCIC ACID

 

Anatomical context of ERUCIC ACID

 

Associations of ERUCIC ACID with other chemical compounds

 

Gene context of ERUCIC ACID

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of ERUCIC ACID

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