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Erucic Acid (22:1n-9) in Fish Feed, Farmed, and Wild Fish and Seafood Products.
Sissener NH, et al. Nutrients 2018. PMID 30301170 Free PMC article.
This report largely excluded the contribution of erucic acid from fish and seafood, due to this fatty acid often not being reported separately in seafood. ...Our data show that rapeseed oil (low erucic acid varieties) and fish oil are the main sources of erucic acid in feed for farmed fish. ...
This report largely excluded the contribution of erucic acid from fish and seafood, due to this fatty acid often not be …
PPAR-δ and erucic acid in multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer's Disease. Likely benefits in terms of immunity and metabolism.
Altinoz MA and Ozpinar A. Int Immunopharmacol 2019 - Review. PMID 30738994
Among the important ligands of PPARδ is erucic acid (EA, 22:1 n9), an edible omega-9 fatty acid and a component of Lorenzo's oil, which is used in the treatment of adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD). Nonetheless, the feature of PPARδ-erucic acid interaction has not been extensively studied. EA can also be converted to nervonic acid, an important component of myelin. ...
Among the important ligands of PPARδ is erucic acid (EA, 22:1 n9), an edible omega-9 fatty acid and a component of Lore …
The memory-enhancing effect of erucic acid on scopolamine-induced cognitive impairment in mice.
Kim E, et al. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 2016. PMID 26780350
Erucic acid (3mg/kg, p.o.) enhanced memory performance in normal naïve mice. In addition, erucic acid (3mg/kg, p.o.) ameliorated scopolamine-induced memory impairment, as assessed via the behavioral tasks. ...These results suggest that erucic acid has an ameliorative effect in mice with scopolamine-induced memory deficits and that the effect of erucic acid is partially due to the activation of PI3K-PKCζ-ERK-CREB signaling as well as an increase in phosphorylated Akt in the hippocampus. ...
Erucic acid (3mg/kg, p.o.) enhanced memory performance in normal naïve mice. In addition, erucic acid (3mg/kg, p
Use of Raman spectroscopy for determining erucic acid content in canola oil.
Durakli Velioglu S, et al. Food Chem 2017. PMID 27979286
This study presents a novel method to determine erucic acid in canola oil samples by using Raman spectroscopy and chemometric analysis. ...Further research would be useful to improve the method to put it forward as an alternative to GC in the erucic acid analysis....
This study presents a novel method to determine erucic acid in canola oil samples by using Raman spectroscopy and chemometric …
Erucic acid, a nutritional PPARδ-ligand may influence Huntington's disease pathogenesis.
Altinoz MA, et al. Metab Brain Dis 2020 - Review. PMID 31625071
Erucic acid (EA) is also a PPARδ-ligand ω9 fatty acid which is highly consumed in Asian countries through ingesting cruciferous vegetables such as rapeseed (Brassica napus) and indian mustard (Brassica juncea). EA is also an ingredient of Lorenzo's oil employed in the medical treatment of adrenoleukodystrophy and can be converted to nervonic acid, a component of myelin. ...
Erucic acid (EA) is also a PPARδ-ligand ω9 fatty acid which is highly consumed in Asian countries through ingesting cru
Bottlenecks in erucic acid accumulation in genetically engineered ultrahigh erucic acid Crambe abyssinica.
Guan R, et al. Plant Biotechnol J 2014. PMID 24119222 Free PMC article.
Erucic acid is a valuable industrial fatty acid with many applications. The main producers of this acid are today high erucic rapeseed (Brassica napus) and mustard (Brassica juncea), which have 45%-50% of erucic acid in their seed oils. Crambe abyssinica is an alternative promising producer of this acid as it has 55%-60% of erucic acid in its oil. Through genetic modification (GM) of three genes, we have previously increased the level of erucic acid to 71% (68 mol%) in Crambe seed oil. ...
Erucic acid is a valuable industrial fatty acid with many applications. The main producers of this acid are toda
Erucic acid and erucic acid anilide-induced oxidative burst in human polymorphonuclear leukocytes.
Heiskanen KM and Savolainen KM. Free Radic Res 1997. PMID 9518064
Maximal production of ROS by erucic acid exceeded that induced by its anilide 13-fold. A protein kinase C inhibitor, Ro 31-8220, completely inhibited erucic acid and erucic acid anilide-induced production of ROS. Neither erucic acid nor erucic acid anilide modified FMLP-induced production of ROS. However, erucic acid (500 microM) amplified 5 nM PMA-induced ROS production 1.8-fold, but did not have this effect at a lower PMA concentration. ...
Maximal production of ROS by erucic acid exceeded that induced by its anilide 13-fold. A protein kinase C inhibitor, Ro 31-822 …
Various concentrations of erucic acid in mustard oil and mustard.
Wendlinger C, et al. Food Chem 2014. PMID 24491745
Erucic acid is a typical constituent of mustard or rape. Foodstuff with a high content of erucic acid is considered undesirable for human consumption because it has been linked to myocardial lipidosis and heart lesions in laboratory rats. ...However, a careful selection of mustard cultivars could lower the nutritional intake of erucic acid....
Erucic acid is a typical constituent of mustard or rape. Foodstuff with a high content of erucic acid is conside
Heterogeneous Distribution of Erucic Acid in Brassica napus Seeds.
Lu S, et al. Front Plant Sci 2020. PMID 32082336 Free PMC article.
Although breeding for human consumption has led to removal of erucic acid from refined canola oils, there is renewed interest in the industrial uses of erucic acid derived from B. napus, and there is a rich germplasm available for use. ...An absence of the expression of these two FAE1 isoforms accounted for the absence of erucic acid in the TAGs of the low-erucic accession....
Although breeding for human consumption has led to removal of erucic acid from refined canola oils, there is renewed interest …
Binding of erucic acid with human serum albumin using a spectroscopic and molecular docking study.
Rabbani G, et al. Int J Biol Macromol 2017. PMID 28414112
Erucic acid (EA) is one of the key fatty acids usually found in canola oil, mustard oil and rapeseed oil. Consumption of EA in primates was found to cause myocardial lipidosis and cardiac steatosis. ...
Erucic acid (EA) is one of the key fatty acids usually found in canola oil, mustard oil and rapeseed oil. Consumption of EA in
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