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Dietary sources of conjugated dienoic isomers of linoleic acid, a newly recognized class of anticarcinogens

Dietary sources of conjugated dienoic isomers of linoleic acid, a newly recognized class of anticarcinogens,10.1016/0889-1575(92)90037-K,Journal of Fo

Dietary sources of conjugated dienoic isomers of linoleic acid, a newly recognized class of anticarcinogens   (Citations: 450)
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Journal: Journal of Food Composition and Analysis - J FOOD COMPOS ANAL , vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 185-197, 1992
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    • ...The major isomer detected in animal tissues is the Δ9c,11t–18:2 isomer, and this chemical species has been reported to be further esterified in the phospholipid fraction (Chin, Liu, Storkson, Ha, & Pariza, 1992)...

    E. Herman-Laraet al. Conjugated linoleic acid content in selected Mexican beef and dairy pr...

    • ...The major isomer detected in animal tissues is the Δ9c,11t–18:2 isomer, and this chemical species has been reported to be further esterified in the phospholipid fraction (Chin, Liu, Storkson, Ha, & Pariza, 1992)...

    E. Herman-Laraet al. Conjugated linoleic acid content in selected Mexican beef and dairy pr...

    • ...The major dietary source of CLA was ruminant animal meats and dairy product, which contain small quantities of CLA (4‐7 mg/g oil) [9, 27]...
    • ...The manufactured SHSO contained CLA at 210.6 mg/g oil in its triacylglycerol moiety as measured by gas chromatography, which is about 40 times higher than the contents in dairy products and ruminant meats [8, 27]...

    Mun Yhung Junget al. Selectively Hydrogenated Soybean Oil Exerts Strong AntiProstate Cancer...

    • ...These two specific omega-3 fatty acids metabolites are inserted in cell membranes throughout the body, where cellular machinery converts them into substances which prevent abnormal clotting, reduce inflammation, and relax blood vessels and improved ventilatory parameters (Lewis 2008; Talbott and Hughes 2006; Calder 2004; James et al. 2000; Chin et al. 1992; Mattson and Grundy 1985)...
    • ...Although fish is a dietary source of n�3 fatty acids, fish do not synthesize them; they obtain them from the algae or plankton in their diet (James et al. 2000; Renaud 2002; Chin et al. 1992)...
    • ...CLA differs from linoleic acid by the position and geometric configuration of one of its double bonds (Chin et al. 1992)...
    • ...On a positive note, recent studies have shown that conjugated linoleic acid, appears to be unique among fatty acids because low levels in the diet produce significant cancer protection (Banno et al. 2004; Osakabe et al. 2004 ;C aughey et al.1996 ;N arisawa et al.1994; Chin et al. 1992)...
    • ...Approximately 10% of the AMDR can be consumed as EPA and/or DHA.” The FDA recommends that total dietary intake of n�3 fatty acids from fish not exceed 3 g per day, of which no more than 2 g per day are from nutritional supplements (Lewis 2008; Talbott and Hughes 2006; Bemelmans et al. 2002; Schacky and Dyerberg 2001; Chin et al. 1992; Mattson and Grundy 1985)...

    Mohammad Asif. Health effects of omega-3,6,9 fatty acids: Perilla frutescens is a goo...

    • ...Conjugated linoleic acid is a group of positionally and geometrically conjugated dienoic isomers of linoleic acid produced by the biological and/or industrial hydrogenation/ isomerization of fatty acids (FA) [3]...

    María F. Andreoliet al. Conjugated Linoleic Acid Reduces Hepatic Steatosis and Restores Liver ...

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