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  • n. a lipid, an ester of glycerol and one fatty acid (in the 1- or 2- positions)

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Examples

  • Then, they added a compound called monoglyceride, which formed a protective coat around the oil molecules, making it harder for the gut's juices to break through and digest the oil.

    Hungry? Your Stomach Really Does Have a Mind of Its Own

  • They found it took eight times longer for the machine to "digest" the olive oil-monoglyceride combination compared with the olive oil alone.

    Hungry? Your Stomach Really Does Have a Mind of Its Own

  • Mark Morford: New iPhone app for fans of whipped monoglyceride!

    Mark Morford: New iPhone app for fans of whipped monoglyceride!

  • New iPhone app for fans of whipped monoglyceride! digg

    Mark Morford: New iPhone app for fans of whipped monoglyceride!

  • Geitel and Lewkowitsch, who have studied this question from the physical and chemical point of view respectively, are of opinion that when an oil or fat is saponified, these three reactions do actually occur side by side, the soap-pan containing at the same time unsaponified triglyceride, diglyceride, monoglyceride, glycerol and soap.

    The Handbook of Soap Manufacture

  • There are two possible forms of monoglyceride and diglyceride, according to the relative position of the acid radicle, these being termed alpha and beta respectively, and represented by the following formulæ, where R denotes the acid radicle: --

    The Handbook of Soap Manufacture

  • Recent cataloged researches revealed that Monolaurin, the monoglyceride derivative of VCO's lauric acid (C 12) as converted in the body has shown broad-spectrum antiseptic action against bacteria, fungi, and drug-resistant viruses

    Wil's Ebay E-Store

  • Lauric acid turns into monolaurin in humans and animals - and that's important because monolaurin is the antibacterial, antiviral and anti-prozoal monoglyceride used by humans and animals to destroy viruses and bacteria.

    LewRockwell.com

  • Glatter and his co-workers investigated how ISAsomes, made of a monoglyceride mixture

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  • It’s the acidic group of the fatty acid that binds to the glycerol frame to construct a glyceride: glycerol plus one fatty acid makes a monoglyceride, glycerol plus two fatty acids makes a diglyceride, and glycerol plus three fatty acids makes a triglyceride.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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