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gadoleate

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the trivial name for (Z)‐eicos‐9‐enoate, CH3–[CH2]9–CH=CH–[CH2]7–COO (cis isomer), the anion derived from gadoleic acid, (Z)‐eicos‐9‐enoic acid. Compare gadelaidate.

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gadoleate

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the trivial name for (Z)‐eicos‐9‐enoate, CH3–[CH2]9–CH=CH–[CH2]7–COO (cis isomer), the anion derived from gadoleic acid, (Z)‐eicos‐9‐enoic acid. Compare gadelaidate.

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gadoleate

Edited by Richard Cammack, Teresa Atwood, Peter Campbell, Howard Parish, Anthony Smith, Frank Vella and John Stirling.

in Oxford Dictionary of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

January 2006; p ublished online January 2008 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Biochemistry. 23 words.

the trivial name for (Z)‐eicos‐9‐enoate, CH3–[CH2]9–CH=CH–[CH2]7–COO (

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eicosenoic acid

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Any straight‐chain fatty acid having twenty carbon atoms and one double bond per molecule. The 9E‐isomer is gadelaidic acid (see gadelaidate); the 9Z‐isomer is gadoleic acid (see...

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gadelaidate

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the trivial name for (E)‐eicos‐9‐enoate, CH3–[CH2]9–CH=CH–[CH2]7–COO (trans isomer), the anion derived from gadelaidic acid, (E)‐eicos‐9‐enoic acid. Compare gadoleate.

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