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  • Ambulanc Lipids: A Case Study Essay

    Lipids are more commonly referred to a fats. They are used for energy and cell structure. There are multiple types of fats, including saturated fats, unsaturated fats, polyunsaturated fats, and phospholipids. Saturated fats, unsaturated fats, and polyunsaturated…

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  • Lipids In Milk Lab Report

    identify the lipids in an egg yolk and to identify the amount of lipids in milk [1]. To extract the lipids from the egg yolk, the egg yolk needed to be combined with an organic solvent such as a mixture of CHCl3/MeOH. An organic solvent was needed to carry the extracted lipids up the TLC plate because the plate was polar, due to the presence of silica gel (silanol groups). To compare relatively similar lipids to the ones found in the egg yolk, the egg yolk extract was compared to lipids such as…

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  • What Is The Selection Of Excipients Of Tamoxifen Citrate?

    4A.3 Results and discussion 4A.3.1 Selection of Excipients Drug loaded Solid Lipid Nanoparticles(D-SLN)were successfully formulated using two different lipidsand surfactants and physicochemical parameters of the same have been assessed. Tamoxifen citrate is proven adjuvant therapy of choice for postmenopausal women, primary therapy for breast cancer in elderly women as well as preventive therapy for most vulnerable women. The extensive administration of Tamoxifen citrate daily for a period of…

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  • Liposomes Lab Report

    INTRODUCTION: Liposomes vesicles were prepared in the early years of their history from various lipid classes identical to those present in most biological membranes. liposomes were discovered in the mid of 1960’s and originally studied as cell membrane model Paul Ehrlich coined the term “magic bullet” in 20th century where carrier system was proposed to simply carry the drug to its of action and releasing its selectively while non – target sits should absolutely be example from drug effect.1-4…

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  • Peanuts Vs Carbohydrates

    carbohydrates, whereas the peanut is comprised of proteins and lipids which contain higher energy densities. The differing energy densities of lipids and carbohydrates ultimately come down to the different oxidation numbers on the different molecules since the Carbons in the Lipids have a higher oxidation number, which leads to a higher energy density than the lower oxidation numbers of Carbohydrates(2). The energy density of Lipids versus Carbohydrates ultimately boils down to Redox Reactions…

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  • Murder Victim Ate At Krogh's Essay

    does support that the murder victim ate at Krogh’s. Yes even though that lipids were tested for negative all the foods contained lipids. It could not be the Sparta Dairy and Anthony Franco’s Pizza because both contained glucose which was tested negative for. It had to be Krogh’s because it contained proteins when Forno Italiano does not. The problems that were countered during the test were when the group tested negative for lipids. The group would test again but what would happen if it was…

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  • Pyrimidines: The Basic Structure Of DNA And RNA

    hydrophobic tails are buried within the membrane to avoid contact with water (Cooper, 2000). This arrangement represents the formation of cell membranes and is referred to as the lipid bilayer (Cooper, 2000). Because phospholipids are amphipathic molecules, meaning both water-soluble and water-insoluble, they can help lipids move back and forth across the cell membranes into the watery fluids on both sides (Cooper, 2000). This enables fat-soluble substances, including vitamins and hormones, to…

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  • Characteristics Of Heterotrophic Microalgae

    volume of heterotrophic microalgae than the photoautotrophic methods. Miao and Wu (2006) examined the strain of C. protothecoides and reported their lipid content as high as 55% compared to the autotrophic organisms at only 15% with analogous conditions.…

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  • Macromolecules Conclusion

    organic macromolecules which are essential to all life are carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids.. These four organic macromolecules provide all cells with structure, create and store energy, and can be hormones, immune substances and genetic material. A macromolecule, or polymer, is a large complex molecule built from smaller molecules, or monomers, such as nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. Monosaccharides and polysaccharides are both carbohydrates.…

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  • Four Types Of Macromolecules, Carbohydrates

    formed. These complex molecules are macromolecules. Macromolecules are polymers, formed by dehydration synthesis. Dehydration Synthesis is when monomers are combines and water is removed. There are four types of macromolecules, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and proteins. Carbohydrates are made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. With a structural components such as glucose and sugar. Carbohydrates can be singular molecules such as monosaccharides, or multiple molecules such as…

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