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Industrial Oils

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Disease relevance of Industrial Oils

  • In field trials it is shown that vaccination of pre-smolt with rVP2 included in a commercial oil/glucan adjuvanted multivalent bacterial vaccine gives protection against IPN in natural outbreaks, compared to fish vaccinated with the same vaccine without the IPNV component [1].

High impact information on Industrial Oils

  • It is shown, however, that the zeta potentials of the synthesized PDMS and of the various commercial oils are all very similar (as indeed are their Hamaker constants) [2].
  • Aldehyde production, as estimated by UV and ESI/MS, increased gradually over the 18-d period following a rapid initial destruction of the core aldehydes accumulated during storage of the commercial oil at 10 degrees C for 3 mon [3].
  • Oils prepared from two varieties of peanuts and from a hybrid corn having linoleic acid concentrations substantially different from the respective commercial oils were compared with commercial oils for their effects on serum lipids of weanling female rats [4].
  • Modified pressurised hot water is used for the development of a high pressure liquid-liquid extraction method for the decontamination of used industrial oils from inorganic non-metal species (chlorine, fluorine and sulphur) [5].
  • Results indicate that TAA of commercial oils is mainly due to their phenol and alpha-tocopherol content [6].

Associations of Industrial Oils with chemical compounds

  • The inner phase of the microcapsules consisted of a mixture of an organic solvent, toluene, and a commercial oil, santosol [7].
  • There are given some data concerning the substances present in industrial oils, hardeners and epoxy resin solvents, drugs sensitizing nurses, several new sources of chromium allergens, essential oils and synthetic flavours [8].
  • Analyses of representative pharmaceutical dosage forms (including a commercial aqueous suspension, a commercial tablet, several commercial oil samples and various simulated dosage units) were performed using a simple, one step quantitative extraction procedure with methanol [9].
  • The commercial oil cake produced during expeller pressing of maize germ, was extracted with n-hexane and 80 percent ethanol followed by seiving to remove undesirable materials [10].
  • Satisfactory separation was achieved for commercial oils spiked with sterigmatocystin, zearalenone, ochratoxins A, B, and C, and aflatoxins B1, B2, G1, and G2 [11].

Gene context of Industrial Oils

  • Although the fatty acid composition differed between the two soybean oils, A16 oil and commercial oil had similar effects on serum concentrations of lipoproteins and lipids [12].


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  3. Tentative identification and quantification of TAG core aldehydes as dinitrophenylhydrazones in autoxidized sunflowerseed oil using reversed-phase HPLC with electrospray ionization MS. Sjövall, O., Kuksis, A., Kallio, H. Lipids (2003) [Pubmed]
  4. Effects of dietary peanut oil on serum lipoprotein patterns of rats. Miller, J., Worthington, R.E. Lipids (1988) [Pubmed]
  5. Pressurised liquid-liquid extraction. An approach to the removal of inorganic non-metal species from used industrial oils. Morales-Muñoz, S., Luque-García, J.L., Luque de Castro, M.D. Chemosphere (2004) [Pubmed]
  6. Direct analysis of total antioxidant activity of olive oil and studies on the influence of heating. Pellegrini, N., Visioli, F., Buratti, S., Brighenti, F. J. Agric. Food Chem. (2001) [Pubmed]
  7. Production of oil-containing polyterephthalamide microcapsules by interfacial polymerization. An experimental investigation of the effect of process variables on the microcapsule size distribution. Alexandridou, S., Kiparissides, C. Journal of microencapsulation. (1994) [Pubmed]
  8. New contact allergens and allergen sources. Rudzki, E., Grzywa, Z., Krajewska, D., Kozłowska, A., Czerwińska-Dihm, I. Arch. Immunol. Ther. Exp. (Warsz.) (1978) [Pubmed]
  9. The determination of anabolic steroids by MECC, gradient HPLC, and capillary GC. Lurie, I.S., Sperling, A.R., Meyers, R.P. J. Forensic Sci. (1994) [Pubmed]
  10. Processing of maize germ oil cake into edible food grade meal and evaluation of its protein quality. Gupta, H.O., Eggum, B.O. Plant foods for human nutrition (Dordrecht, Netherlands) (1998) [Pubmed]
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  12. Low linolenate and commercial soybean oils diminish serum HDL cholesterol in young free-living adult females. Lu, Z., Hendrich, S., Shen, N., White, P.J., Cook, L.R. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. (1997) [Pubmed]
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