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Camilla P Hansen et al.
The British journal of nutrition, 111(7), 1283-1291 (2013-11-30)
Previous studies have suggested that the intake of trans-fatty acids (TFA) plays a role in the development of obesity. The proportions of adipose tissue fatty acids not synthesised endogenously in humans, such as TFA, usually correlate well with the dietary
Adam L Lock et al.
Lipids, 39(12), 1197-1206 (2005-03-02)
There is increased consumer awareness that foods contain microcomponents that may have beneficial effects on health maintenance and disease prevention. In milk fat these functional food components include EPA, DHA, and CLA. The opportunity to enhance the content of these
Elena Giordano et al.
Nutrition research (New York, N.Y.), 31(11), 855-862 (2011-11-29)
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is a polyunsaturated fatty acid that has numerous biologic activities. Previous studies in rodents demonstrated that chronic intake of CLA t10,c12 or CLA c9,t11 isomers perturbs the metabolism of retinoids (vitamin A and its derivatives). Specifically
Noelia Aldai et al.
Meat science, 92(4), 687-696 (2012-07-10)
This study was designed to compare the quality of veal produced from 'Tudanca×Charolais' cross (n=6) and Limousin (n=6) breeds when allowed to feed freely on mountain pastures and suckle naturally from birth to 7 months of age. After 80 days
Nikolaos Psychogios et al.
PloS one, 6(2), e16957-e16957 (2011-03-02)
Continuing improvements in analytical technology along with an increased interest in performing comprehensive, quantitative metabolic profiling, is leading to increased interest pressures within the metabolomics community to develop centralized metabolite reference resources for certain clinically important biofluids, such as cerebrospinal
José M Pestana et al.
Meat science, 90(3), 819-827 (2011-12-03)
The influence of slaughter season and muscle type on the detailed fatty acid composition, including conjugated linoleic acid isomers, and contents of total cholesterol and lipid-soluble antioxidant vitamins (α-tocopherol and β-carotene) in Mirandesa-PDO veal was assessed. Mirandesa purebred calves (n=29)
Sanjay Basak et al.
Biochimica et biophysica acta, 1831(4), 834-843 (2013-01-29)
A number of studies have been carried out to examine the biological function of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and its potential health benefits. However, not much is known about how CLA isomers mediate their effect on angiogenesis and vascularization during
Joaquin Angulo et al.
Journal of environmental management, 95 Suppl, S210-S214 (2011-07-26)
Organic waste from markets represents about 10-20% of the total waste of a city. A large proportion comes from the overproduction of fruit and vegetables, turning them into potential pollutant. The nutritional value found for fruit and vegetable waste (FV)
Xiaojie Hu et al.
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics, 519(1), 59-65 (2012-02-01)
The present study investigated the effects of combined fucoxanthin (Fc) and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) on high-fat diet-induced obese rats. Thirty five rats were divided into four groups, fed a high-fat diet (Control, 15% fat, wt/wt), supplemented with low Fc
Eva Katharina Richter et al.
Lipids, 47(2), 161-169 (2011-08-13)
This study explores the potential use of stable carbon isotope ratios (δ(13)C) of single fatty acids (FA) as tracers for the transformation of FA from diet to milk, with focus on the metabolic origin of c9,t11-18:2. For this purpose, dairy
M Joy et al.
Meat science, 90(3), 775-782 (2011-12-01)
The aim of this study was to evaluate the use of forage diets (grazing vs. hay) around the time of ewe parturition, on the fatty acids profile of suckling lamb meat (10-12kg body weight). Forty-eight multiparous single-bearing ewes were used.
Jason R Deguire et al.
Nutrition research (New York, N.Y.), 32(12), 911-920 (2012-12-19)
The relationships between conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) status, bone, body composition, and the effect of CLA on calciotropic hormones are unclear. A cross-sectional study was designed to examine the association between c9, t11 CLA status in erythrocyte membranes (RBC) and
Clare M Reynolds et al.
The Journal of nutritional biochemistry, 24(2), 401-411 (2012-05-26)
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is found naturally in meat and dairy products, and represents a potential therapeutic functional nutrient. However, given the discrepancies in isomer composition and concentration, controversy surrounds its proposed antidiabetic, antiobesity effects. This study focused on the
Xiaohua Liu et al.
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry, 60(38), 9705-9710 (2012-09-06)
A simple and accurate method for screening of bacterial strains with the ability to convert free linoleic acid into specific conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) isomers has been developed by combining the ultraviolet spectral scan and capillary electrophoresis analysis. The ultraviolet
P G Toral et al.
Journal of dairy science, 95(11), 6755-6759 (2012-09-11)
This study was conducted in lactating goats with the aim of measuring the deposition of trans-11 18:1 (vaccenic acid, VA) and the product of its Δ(9)-desaturation, cis-9, trans-11 18:2 (rumenic acid, RA), in the major tissues that are involved in
Sarah K Gebauer et al.
Advances in nutrition (Bethesda, Md.), 2(4), 332-354 (2012-02-15)
There are 2 predominant sources of dietary trans fatty acids (TFA) in the food supply, those formed during the industrial partial hydrogenation of vegetable oils (iTFA) and those formed by biohydrogenation in ruminants (rTFA), including vaccenic acid (VA) and the
Tracy A McCrorie et al.
Nutrition research reviews, 24(2), 206-227 (2012-02-03)
The primary purpose of the present review was to determine if the scientific evidence available for potential human health benefits of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is sufficient to support health claims on foods based on milk naturally enriched with cis-9
J W Rickard et al.
Meat science, 90(3), 643-652 (2011-11-09)
The objective of this study was to evaluate dietary corn distiller's dried grains with solubles (DDGS), ractopamine hydrochloride (RAC), and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) on growth performance, carcass and fat quality, and shelf-life of fresh pork from finishing pigs. Barrows
Ton Baars et al.
Journal of the science of food and agriculture, 92(14), 2883-2890 (2011-12-17)
Organic milk is seen as more healthy in terms of its fatty acid (FA) profile. In three on-farm crossover trials with 10-12 cows in each group, different forages were compared for their potential to improve the FA composition. Different hay
Yu Y, Correll PH, Vanden Heuvel JP
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1581(3), 89-99 (2002)
Madhu Suman Rana et al.
Meat science, 90(3), 558-563 (2011-10-25)
Conjugated linoleic acid, a fatty acid found in milk fat and ruminant meat is one of the functional food components. Modifying fatty acid composition so as to increase CLA and other beneficial PUFA/MUFA level and reducing SFA levels might be
A J Pordomingo et al.
Meat science, 90(4), 947-955 (2011-12-24)
This study evaluated effects of feedlot backgrounding strategies (40, 70 or 100% alfalfa hay diets) or pasture grazing on moisture, protein, total lipids, ash, cholesterol concentration, and lipid profiles of the longissimus dorsi muscle (LM) of pasture finished Angus heifers.
V DeClercq et al.
The British journal of nutrition, 107(10), 1413-1421 (2011-09-24)
Obesity-related hypertension may be caused by activation of the local adipose tissue renin-angiotensin system, resulting in exaggerated production of the vasoconstrictor angiotensin II. Additionally, secretion of adiponectin from adipose tissue, which prevents endothelial dysfunction, is altered in obesity. Consumption of
Audrey M Neyrinck et al.
PloS one, 6(6), e20944-e20944 (2011-06-23)
Alterations in the composition of gut microbiota--known as dysbiosis--has been proposed to contribute to the development of obesity, thereby supporting the potential interest of nutrients targeting the gut with beneficial effect for host adiposity. We test the ability of a
M J Humada et al.
Meat science, 90(3), 678-685 (2011-11-23)
Thirty-three young bulls from Tudanca local breed were used to investigate the effect of two production systems (semi-extensive vs. intensive) and two slaughter ages (12 vs. 14months) on meat fatty acid (FA) composition. Longissimus thoracis from semi-extensive animals had a
J Jiang et al.
The American journal of clinical nutrition, 70(1), 21-27 (1999-07-07)
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is a group of naturally occurring fatty acids mainly present in fats from ruminants. CLA has been shown to be a potential anticarcinogen. In this study, the relation between bovine milk fat intake and the occurrence
Han Su et al.
Food & function, 11(4), 3657-3667 (2020-04-17)
This study aimed to investigate the effects of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) on intestinal epithelial barrier function and explore the underlying mechanisms. IPEC-J2 cells and mice were treated with different CLA isomers. The intestinal epithelial barrier function determined by transepithelial
E Ramos Morales et al.
Journal of animal science, 90(13), 4943-4950 (2012-07-26)
Ricinoleic acid (RA; 12-hydroxy-cis-9-18:1) is the main fatty acid component of castor oil. Although a precursor for CLA synthesis in lactic acid bacteria, RA was found previously not to form CLA in ruminal digesta but to have some inhibitory properties.
Manuela Oraldi et al.
Lipids, 48(1), 29-38 (2012-11-07)
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is thought to have anti-proliferative and anti-inflammatory properties, but its effect on cancer cachexia is unknown. Two effects were here investigated: that of CLA on inflammatory mediator production in human lung cancer cells, and that of
Christian Degen et al.
Biochimica et biophysica acta, 1811(12), 1070-1080 (2011-09-06)
Conjugated fatty acids (CFAs) exhibit growth inhibitory effects on colon cancer in vitro and in vivo. To investigate whether the anticancerogenic potency depends on number or configuration of the conjugated double bonds, the effect of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA; C18:2)
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