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acid value

acid value

thiobarbituric acid value

thiobarbituric acid value

The Value of Short Amino Acid Sequence Matches for Prediction of Protein Allergenicity

In-vivo measurement of intrauterine gases and acid–base values early in human pregnancy

Enhanced acid resistance of oral streptococci at lethal pH values associated with acid-tolerant catabolism and with ATP synthase activity

Effect of Enzyme Addition on the Nutritive Value of High Oleic Acid Sunflower Seeds in Chicken Diets

Do we need additional markers of myocyte necrosis: the potential value of heart fatty-acid-binding protein

Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Infection after Sexual Abuse: Value of Nucleic Acid Sequence Analysis in Identifying the Offender

The Prognostic Value of Measures of Acid/Base Balance in Pediatric Falciparum Malaria, Compared with Other Clinical and Laboratory Parameters

False-Positive Gonorrhea Test Results with a Nucleic Acid Amplification Test: The Impact of Low Prevalence on Positive Predictive Value

Low Positive Predictive Value of a Nucleic Acid Amplification Test for Nongenital Neisseria gonorrhoeae Infection in Homosexual Men

Fatty acid profile, total cholesterol, vitamin content, and TBARS value of turkey breast muscle cured with the addition of lycopene

Simplifying Fatty Acid Analyses Using a Standard Set of Gas—Liquid Chromatographic Conditions: II. Equivalent Chain Length Values for cis- and trans- Isomers of Monoethylenic C18 Fatty Acid Methyl Esters for Carbowax-20M Liquid Phase

Nutritive Value and Selection of Food Particles by Copepods During a Spring Bloom of Phaeocystis sp. in the English Channel, as Determined by Pigment and Fatty Acid Analyses

Calanus finmarchicus along the northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge: variation in fatty acid and alcohol profiles and stable isotope values, δ15N and δ13C

P099 What is the real value of acid fast staining, PCR, and culture of endoscopically obtained tissue samples in diagnosis of gastrointestinal tuberculosis in patients with ileocecal inflammation? Comparative data from an Eastern European registry

 

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A measure of the amount of free acid present in a fat, equal to the number of milligrams of potassium hydroxide needed to neutralize this acid. Fresh fats contain glycerides of fatty acids and very little free acid, but the glycerides decompose slowly with time and the acid value increases.

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