Soybean Oil may be used as a crude source for triglycerides and other lipids. Soybean oil is a potential raw material in oxygenated fatty acid production.
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Source for triglycerides and other lipids | Production of oxygenated fatty acid
|Alternate Names||Soya oil|
|Application Notes||Soybean Oil may be used as a crude source for triglycerides and other lipids. Soybean oil is a potential raw material in oxygenated fatty acid production.|
|Base Catalog Number||10468705|
|Biochemical Physiological Actions||Soybean oil increases left ventricular contractility associated myosin ATPase and sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium pump (SERCA2a) in isolated hearts from rats. SBO is shown to reduce both total and non-HDL serum cholesterol and triglycerides induced by atherogenic diet in rats.|
|Components||Arachidic Acid (0.2%)||Linoleic Acid (50 - 54%)||Palmitic Acid (10 - 11%)||Oleic Acid (23 - 27%)||Eicosenoic Acid (0.9%)||Stearic Acid (3 - 4%)||Linolenic Acid (7 - 8%) (lit.)|
|Pack Size||5 lb|
|Personal Protective Equipment||Eyeshields, Gloves|
|Refractive Index||n20/D 1.4743 (lit.)|