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- n. hydroxyacetone
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Methyl ketol; also, any of various homologues of the same.
- n. a trade name used at different times to represent different substances, as hydroxyacetone, acetylsalicylic acid, acetal, diethyl aldehyde, or cellulose acetate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A compound, CH3COCH2OH, having the official name 1-hydroxypropanone.
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We found that by 14-28 days, methylghyoxal levels rose 1.67-fold (P = 0.039) and acetol and acetone levels increased 2.7- and 6.12-fold, respectively (P = 0.012 and 0.028).
This process produces ketosis and hence increased levels of ß-hydroxybutyrate (BOB) acetoacetate (AcAc) and its by-products acetone and acetol.
Samples from subjects with ketosis showed even greater increases in methylglyoxal 2.12-fold, as well as acetol and acetone, which increased 4.19- and 7.9-fold, respectively; while no changes were seen in samples from noncompliant, nonketotic subjects.
Key Words: Atkins diet ketosis methylglyoxal acetone acetol
Since methylglyoxal and its byproducts are recognized as a significant cause of blood vessel and tissue damage, we measured methylglyoxal, acetone, and acetol in subjects on the Atkins diet.
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