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LBF08000BC01 Source=Degradation product of polymycins; wool grease.
LBF08000BC02 Source=Minor constituent of wool grease (degras).
LBF08000BC03 Source=
LBF08000HO01 Source=
LBF08000HO02 Source=
LBF08000HO03 Source=
LBF08000HO04 Source=
LBF08000OX01 Source=
LBF08000OX02 Source=
LBF08000OX03 Source=
LBF08000OX04 Source=
LBF08000OX05 Source=
LBF08000OX06 Source=
LBF08000SC01 Source=Butterfat;palm-kernel oils
LBF08102BC01 Source=
LBF08102BC02 Source=
LBF08102SC01 Source=
LBF08102SC02 Source=
LBF08103BC01 Source=
LBF08103SC01 Source=
LBF08103SC02 Source=
LBF08104SC01 Source=
LBF08105SC01 Source=
LBF08105SC02 Source=
LBF08106BC01 Source=
LBF08106BC02 Source=
LBF08106SC01 Source=
LBF08106SC02 Source=
LBF09000BC01 Source=
LBF09000BC02 Source=
LBF09000BC03 Source=
LBF09000BC04 Source=
LBF09000HO01 Source=
LBF09000HO02 Source=
LBF09000HO03 Source=
LBF09000HO04 Source=
LBF09000HO05 Source=
LBF09000OX01 Source=
LBF09000OX02 Source=
LBF09000OX03 Source=
LBF09000OX04 Source=
LBF09000OX05 Source=
LBF09000SC01 Source=Butterfat;hair fat
LBF09101SC01 Source=
LBF09103BC01 Source=
LBF09106SC01 Source=
LBF09107BC01 Source=
LBF09107SC01 Source=
LBF10000BC01 Source=
LBF10000BC02 Source=
LBF10000BC03 Source=
LBF10000BC04 Source=
LBF10000HO01 Source=
LBF10000HO02 Source=
LBF10000HO03 Source=
LBF10000HO04 Source=
LBF10000HO05 Source=
LBF10000OX01 Source=
LBF10000OX02 Source=
LBF10000OX03 Source=
LBF10000OX04 Source=
LBF10000OX05 Source=
LBF10000OX06 Source=
LBF10000OX07 Source=
LBF10000SC01 Source=Butterfat;palm-kernel oils
LBF10101SC01 Source=Mild fats of most animals.
LBF10102SC01 Source=Butterfat and milk of man, goat, and Indian buffalo.
LBF10105BC01 Source=
LBF10106SC01 Source=Seed oil of Lindera obtusiloba(Japanese spicebush).
LBF10107SC01 Source=
LBF10108BC01 Source=
LBF10108SC01 Source=
LBF101nnXX01 Source=In small proportion in seed oils of Hydnocarpus wightiana and Hydnocarpus anthelmintica.
LBF10204SC01 Source=
LBF10204SC02 Source=Stillingia oils.
LBF10204SC03 Source=
LBF10204SC04 Source=
LBF10206SC01 Source=Stillingia oils.
LBF10206SC02 Source=Sebastiania fruticosa seeds.
LBF10206SC03 Source=Stillingia oils.
LBF10206SC04 Source=
LBF11000BC01 Source=Wool grease ; butter ; sheep tallow ; cattle fat ; whale oil.
LBF11000BC02 Source=Tail oil gland of natatorial bird.
LBF11000BC03 Source=Tail oil gland of natatorial bird.
LBF11000BC04 Source=
LBF11000BC05 Source=Placenta oil. [[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF11000BC06 Source=
LBF11000BC07 Source=Placenta oil.[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF11000BC08 Source=Placenta oil.[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF11000BC09 Source=
LBF11000HO01 Source=
LBF11000HO02 Source=
LBF11000OX01 Source=
LBF11000OX02 Source=
LBF11000OX03 Source=
LBF11000OX04 Source=
LBF11000OX05 Source=
LBF11000SC01 Source=Human-hair fat.
LBF11101SC01 Source=
LBF11102SC01 Source=
LBF11109BC01 Source=
LBF11109BC02 Source=
LBF11109SC01 Source=
LBF12000BC01 Source=Wool grease; sheep tallow; butter; traces in cattle milk fat; cattle fat; whale oil.
LBF12000BC02 Source=Traces in butter fat; wool grease; sheep tallow; cattle fat; whale oil.
LBF12000BC03 Source=Tail oil gland of natatorial bird.
LBF12000BC04 Source=Placenta oil. [[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF12000BC05 Source=Tail oil gland of natatorial bird.[[Reference:Kolattukudy_PE:Bohnet_S:Rogers_L:,J. Lipid. Res.,1985,26,989
LBF12000BC06 Source=
LBF12000BC07 Source=Placenta oil,[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF12000BC08 Source=
LBF12000BC09 Source=Placenta oil.[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF12000BC10 Source=
LBF12000BC11 Source=Placenta oil.[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF12000BC12 Source=
LBF12000BC13 Source=
LBF12000BC14 Source=
LBF12000BC15 Source=
LBF12000BC16 Source=
LBF12000BC17 Source=
LBF12000HO01 Source=Aceric fraction of wool grease
LBF12000HO02 Source=Acidic fraction of wool grease
LBF12000HO03 Source=
LBF12000HO04 Source=As the etholide in the waxlike substances in various species of conifers, including Juniperus sabina
LBF12000OX01 Source=
LBF12000OX02 Source=
LBF12000SC01 Source=Lauraceae oils;Arecaceae
LBF12101SC01 Source=
LBF12102PG01 Source=It is produced from oxidation of 8-hydroperoxides of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Nakamura_T:Hara_Y:,J. Agric. Food Chem.,1988,36,15
LBF12102SC01 Source=
LBF12103JA01 Source=Cucurbic acid is a naturally occurring metabolite of 7-epi jasmonic acid which acts as a plant growth regulator.
LBF12103SC01 Source=Milk fats;cochineal wax;wax of Tachardina theae.
LBF12105SC01 Source=
LBF12106SC01 Source=
LBF12108SC01 Source=Seed oils or Lindera obtusiloba and various Formosan plants.
LBF12110BC01 Source=
LBF12110BC02 Source=
LBF12110CA01 Source=Traumatic acid is a product of the hydroperoxide lyase pathway in plants.
LBF12110SC01 Source=
LBF121nnCA01 Source=Traumatic acid is a product of the hydroperoxide lyase pathway in plants.
LBF121nnXX01 Source=Oil of Hydnocarpus anthelmintica and Hydnocarpus wightiana.
LBF13000BC01 Source=Wool grease; butterfat.
LBF13000BC02 Source=Placenta oil. [[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF13000BC03 Source=Tail oil gland of natatorial bird.[[Reference:Kolattukudy_PE:Bohnet_S:Rogers_L:,J. Lipid. Res.,1985,26,989
LBF13000BC04 Source=Placenta oil,[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF13000BC05 Source=
LBF13000BC06 Source=
LBF13000BC07 Source=
LBF13000HO01 Source=
LBF13000HO02 Source=
LBF13000HO03 Source=
LBF13000OX01 Source=
LBF13000OX02 Source=
LBF13000OX03 Source=
LBF13000SC01 Source=Human-hair fat
LBF13101SC01 Source=
LBF13102SC01 Source=
LBF13111BC01 Source=
LBF13111BC02 Source=
LBF13111SC01 Source=
LBF14000BC01 Source=Wool grease; sheep tallow ; butterfat.
LBF14000BC02 Source=External tissue of sheep; butterfat.
LBF14000BC03 Source=Placenta oil. [[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF14000BC04 Source=Placenta oil.[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF14000BC05 Source=
LBF14000BC06 Source=
LBF14000BC07 Source=
LBF14000BC08 Source=
LBF14000BC09 Source=
LBF14000BC10 Source=
LBF14000HO01 Source=Beeswax / wool grease
LBF14000HO02 Source=
LBF14000HO03 Source=Ipomoea purpurea
LBF14000OX01 Source=
LBF14000OX02 Source=
LBF14000OX03 Source=
LBF14000SC01 Source=Myristicaceae fats
LBF14105SC01 Source=Oils of whale blubber,shark liver,Antarctic whale and turtle;eel;milk fats;Japanese coccid wax;seed fat of Pycnanthus kombo.
LBF14106SC01 Source=Lipids of all eubacteria investigated.
LBF14109SC01 Source=Sperm whale and dolphin oils;whale head and blubber oil;sardine oil;pilot-whale oil;sperm whale-blubber oil;human-hair fat.
LBF14110SC01 Source=Seed oils of Lindera obtusiloba Litsea sp.,Tetradenia glauca and related plants.
LBF14112BC01 Source=
LBF14112SC01 Source=
LBF141nnXX01 Source=Oil of Hydnocarpus anthelmintica and Hydnocarpus wightiana.
LBF15000BC01 Source=Butterfat; wool grease; traces in ewternal tissue of sheep.
LBF15000BC02 Source=Placenta oil.[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF15000BC03 Source=Placenta oil.[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF15000BC04 Source=
LBF15000HO01 Source=
LBF15000HO02 Source=
LBF15000HO03 Source=
LBF15000OX01 Source=
LBF15000OX02 Source=
LBF15000OX03 Source=
LBF15000SC01 Source=Sheep,hair and milk fats
LBF15101SC01 Source=
LBF15111BC01 Source=
LBF15113SC01 Source=
LBF15306CV01 Source=Clavirins were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iwashima_M:Okamoto_K:Iguchi_K:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1999,40,6455
LBF15306CV02 Source=Clavirins were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iwashima_M:Okamoto_K:Iguchi_K:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1999,40,6455
LBF16000BC01 Source=Wool grease; external tissue fat of sheep.
LBF16000BC02 Source=Wool grease; cattle tallow.
LBF16000BC03 Source=Tail oil gland of natatorial bird.[[Reference:Kolattukudy_PE:Bohnet_S:Rogers_L:,J. Lipid. Res.,1985,26,989
LBF16000BC04 Source=Tail oil gland of natatorial bird.[[Reference:Kolattukudy_PE:Bohnet_S:Rogers_L:,J. Lipid. Res.,1985,26,989
LBF16000BC05 Source=Harderian gland of guinea pig.[[Reference:Yamazaki_T:Seyama_Y:Otsuka_H:Ogawa_H:Yamakawa_T:,J. Biochem.,1981,89,683
LBF16000BC06 Source=Placenta oil.[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF16000BC07 Source=Placenta oil.[[Reference:Nicolaides_N:Apon_JM:,Lipids,1976,11,781
LBF16000BC08 Source=
LBF16000BC09 Source=
LBF16000BC10 Source=
LBF16000BC11 Source=
LBF16000HO01 Source=
LBF16000HO02 Source=Jalap resin (along with jalaponolic acid) from Vera Cruz and Brazil / Ipomoea and scammony resins
LBF16000HO03 Source=Shellac; root wax of Ipomoea orizabensis (Mexican scammony)
LBF16000HO04 Source=Juniperus sabina wax
LBF16000HO05 Source=Juniperus sabina wax
LBF16000HO06 Source=Fermentaion of Ustilago zeae
LBF16000HO07 Source=castor oil
LBF16000HO08 Source=Hydrolytic breakdown of Ustilago (fungal smut of cereal grain)
LBF16000HO09 Source=Shellac
LBF16000HO10 Solubility=soluble in aqueous alcohol, methyl alcohol, ; needles from water.
LBF16000HO11 Source=Shallac
LBF16000OX01 Source=
LBF16000OX02 Source=
LBF16000OX03 Source=
LBF16000OX04 Source=
LBF16000OX05 Source=
LBF16000OX06 Source=
LBF16000OX07 Source=
LBF16000OX08 Source=
LBF16000OX09 Source=
LBF16000PG01 Source=When prostaglandin E2 or E1 was administered intravenously to man, 7 α -hydroxy-5,11-diketo-tetranor-prosta-1,16-dioic acid was found as a major urinary metabolite (PGE-MUM) [[Reference:Hamberg_M:Samuelsson_B:,J. Biol. Chem.,1971,246,6713
LBF16000PG02 Source=When prostaglandin F2 α was administered intravenously to female subjects, 5 α ,7 α -dihydroxy-11-keto-tetranor-prosta-1,16-dioic acid was found as a major urinary metabolite (PGF α -MUM) [[Reference:Granstrom_E:Samuelsson_B:,J. Biol. Chem.,1971,246,5254
LBF16000SC01 Source=Palm-pulp oils
LBF16102PG01 Source=It is prodused from 12-hydroperoxy isomer via PGG-like endoperoxide during autooxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Nakamura_T:,Lipids,1986,21,553
LBF16106SC01 Source=
LBF16107SC01 Source=Widely distributed in animal, vegetable and marine oils
LBF16107SC02 Source=snade fish , human-hair[[Reference:Pearce_RE:Stillway_LW:,Lipids,1976,11,247
LBF16109HO01 Source=As the lactone (ambrettolide) in musk (ambrette) seed oil
LBF16109SC01 Source=
LBF16114BC01 Source=
LBF16114SC01 Source=
LBF161nnXX01 Source=Saponifiable matter of chaulmoogra and other oils; Carpotroche brasiliensis; Hydnocarpus anthelmintica; Hydnocarpus wightiana; Taraktogenos kurzii (Synonym: Hydnocarpus kurzii.).
LBF16204SC01 Source=Seed oils of Acacia giraffae, Asclepias syriaca, and Macadamia ternifolia.
LBF16301SC01 Source=Jacaranda oils.
LBF16302SC01 Source=Oil of Sardinops melanosticta.
LBF16303SC01 Source=Menhaden oil.
LBF16304SC01 Source=Herring, menhaden and rapeseed oils. Muscle lipids and internal lipids in a sardine. ( The concentration of internal lipids in total fatty acid is higher than that of muscle lipids. ) [[Reference:Hayashi_A:Matsubara_T:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1970,202,228
LBF16305SC01 Source=
LBF16306HO01 Source=
LBF16306SC01 Source=Sardine oil.
LBF16401SC01 Source=Japanease sardine oil.
LBF16401SC02 Source=Sardine sagax (South African pilchard); herring oil (0.7%); menhaden body oil (1.9%). Lipids from Mytilus galloprovincialis or Nitzschia pungens. It is enriched from Japanese sardine oil during purification of EPA and DHA.
LBF16402SC01 Source=Japanease sardine oil.
LBF16403SC01 Source=South Africa pilchard oil; Japanease sardine oil.
LBF17000BC01 Source=Butter fat.
LBF17000BC02 Source=Wool grease.
LBF17000BC03 Source=Harderian gland of guinea pig.[[Reference:Yamazaki_T:Seyama_Y:Otsuka_H:Ogawa_H:Yamakawa_T:,J. Biochem.,1981,89,683
LBF17000BC04 Source=
LBF17000HO01 Source=
LBF17000HO02 Source=
LBF17000OX01 Source=
LBF17000SC01 Source=Hair and sheep fats
LBF17101HO01 Source=
LBF17108SC01 Source=Butterfat ; body fat Ovibos moschatus subsp.(Canadian musk ox)
LBF17115BC01 Source=
LBF17115SC01 Source=
LBF17307HO01 Source=12(S)-HHTrE is produced either enzymatically by thromboxane A2 synthase on thromboxane A2 or by a nonenzymatic, heme-mediated decomposition of PGH [[Reference:Diczfalusy_U:Falardeau_P:Hammarstrom_S:,FEBS Lett.,1977,84,271
LBF17307HO02 Source=
LBF18000BC01 Source=Lipids of human tubercle bacilli.
LBF18000BC02 Source=Wool grease.
LBF18000BC03 Source=Harderian gland of guinea pig.[[Reference:Yamazaki_T:Seyama_Y:Otsuka_H:Ogawa_H:Yamakawa_T:,J. Biochem.,1981,89,683
LBF18000BC04 Source=Harderian gland of guinea pig.[[Reference:Yamazaki_T:Seyama_Y:Otsuka_H:Ogawa_H:Yamakawa_T:,J. Biochem.,1981,89,683
LBF18000BC05 Source=Harderian gland of guinea pig.[[Reference:Yamazaki_T:Seyama_Y:Otsuka_H:Ogawa_H:Yamakawa_T:,J. Biochem.,1981,89,683
LBF18000BC06 Source=Harderian gland of guinea pig.[[Reference:Yamazaki_T:Seyama_Y:Otsuka_H:Ogawa_H:Yamakawa_T:,J. Biochem.,1981,89,683
LBF18000BC07 Source=Harderian gland of guinea pig.[[Reference:Yamazaki_T:Seyama_Y:Otsuka_H:Ogawa_H:Yamakawa_T:,J. Biochem.,1981,89,683
LBF18000BC08 Source=
LBF18000BC09 Source=
LBF18000BC10 Source=
LBF18000BC11 Source=
LBF18000HO01 Source=
LBF18000HO02 Source=
LBF18000HO03 Source=
LBF18000HO04 Source=
LBF18000HO05 Source=
LBF18000HO06 Source=
LBF18000HO07 Source=
LBF18000HO08 Source=
LBF18000HO09 Source=Wax of the Druschky rose
LBF18000HO10 Source=
LBF18000HO11 Source=
LBF18000HO12 Source=
LBF18000HO13 Source=
LBF18000HO14 Source=
LBF18000HO15 Source=
LBF18000HO16 Source=
LBF18000HO17 Source=Carnauba wax
LBF18000HO18 Source=straw, soils
LBF18000HO19 Source=seed oils of hare's-ear and mustard
LBF18000HO20 Source=fermentation of Ustilago zeae
LBF18000HO21 Source=
LBF18000HO22 Source=
LBF18000HO23 Source=castor oil
LBF18000HO24 Source=many animal and seed fats and oils
LBF18000HO25 Source=
LBF18000HO26 Source=
LBF18000HO27 Source=
LBF18000HO28 Source=Cork
LBF18000HO29 Source=
LBF18000OX01 Source=
LBF18000OX02 Source=
LBF18000OX03 Source=
LBF18000OX04 Source=
LBF18000OX05 Source=
LBF18000OX06 Source=
LBF18000OX07 Source=
LBF18000SC01 Source=Animal fats(generally)
LBF18000XX01 Source=31% in Lactobacillus arabinosus; 16-19% in Lactobacillus casei; 13% in Agrobacterium tumefaciens (Synonym: Phytomonas tumefaciens.).
LBF18101SC01 Source=Kamala-seed oil
LBF18102HP01 Source=It is produced from a 15-peroxyradical by singlet-oxygen mediated oxidation of linoleate via succesive 1,3-cyclization[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18102SC01 Source=Hydrolysates of betterfat and of ox and sheep fats
LBF18103SC01 Source=
LBF18104HP01 Source=It is produced from 10,12-epidioxy-9-hydroperoxides by singlet-oxygen mediated oxidation of 12-peroxyradical linoleate via 1,3-cyclization[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18104HP02 Source=Photoenhancement of linoleate peroxidation(TypeII)[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18106EO01 Source=In autooxidated methyllinoleate[[Reference:Neff_WE:Frankel_EN:Scholfield_CR:Wesleder_D:,Lipids,1978,13,415
LBF18106EO02 Source=A minor component of epoxy-hydroxy compounds generated from linoleic acid by autooxidation [the epoxy ring shows trans configuration][[Reference:Neff_WE:Frankel_EN:Scholfield_CR:Wesleder_D:,Lipids,1978,13,415
LBF18106HO01 Source=Seed fat of Strophanthus spp.; 6-14% in seed oils of 13 Strophanthus spp.
LBF18106HO02 Source=Reaction products bstween hydroperoxylinoleate and soy bean lipoxygenase[[Reference:Streckert_G:Stan_HJ:,Lipids,1975,10,847
LBF18106HO03 Source=Oxidative products of linoleate by corn germ extracts[[Reference:Gardner_WH:,J. Lipid. Res.,1970,11,311
LBF18106SC01 Source=Soybean oil
LBF18106SC02 Source=
LBF18107EO01 Source=A degradation product of 13-hydroperoxymethyllinoleate[[Reference:Schieberle_P:Tsoukalas_B:Grosch_W:,Z. Lebensm. Unters. Forsch.,1979,168,448
LBF18107EO02 Source=A degradation product of hydroperoxylinoleate in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[the epoxide ring: trans or cis, the double bond: trans][[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18107HO01 Source=A degradation product of hydroperoxylinoleate in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[the double bond: trans][[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18107HO02 Source=Reaction products of linolate hydroperoxide by soy bean lipoxygenase[[Reference:Streckert_G:Stan_HJ:,Lipids,1975,10,847
LBF18107HO03 Source=Reaction products between hydroperoxylinoleate and soy bean lipoxygenase[[Reference:Streckert_G:Stan_HJ:,Lipids,1975,10,847
LBF18107HO04 Source=Reaction products between hydroperoxylinoleate and soy bean lipoxygenase[[Reference:Streckert_G:Stan_HJ:,Lipids,1975,10,847
LBF18107HO05 Source=Degradation products of radical reactions from 13-hydroperoxymethyllinoleate[[Reference:Schieberle_P:Tsoukalas_B:Grosch_W:,Z. Lebensm. Unters. Forsch.,1979,168,448
LBF18107MO01 Source=Oxidative products of 13-hydroperoxylinoleate in MeOH[[Reference:Gardner:HW:Weisleder_D:Nelson_EC:,J. Org. Chem.,1984,49,508
LBF18107OX01 Source=A degradation product of hydroperoxylinoleate in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[the double bond shows trans configuration][[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18107OX02 Source=Oxidative products of linoleate by corn germ extracts[[Reference:Gardner_WH:,J. Lipid. Res.,1970,11,311
LBF18107PG01 Source=When prostaglandin I2 or its non-enzymatic degradation product (6-keto-prostaglandin F1 α ) was infused into man, a major urinary metbolite was 2,3-dinor-6-keto-prostaglandin F1 α , a β -oxidation product [[Reference:Needleman_P:Turk_J:Jakschik_BA:Morrison_AR:Lefkowith_JB:,Annu. Rev. Biochem.,1986,55,69
LBF18107SC01 Source=Found in butterfat and in other animal fats.
LBF18107SC02 Source=Small proportion in ox and sheep body fats; butter
LBF18108EO01 Source=A degradation product of 13-hydroperoxylinoleate in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1981,665,113
LBF18108EO02 Source=A degradation product of hydroperoxylinoleate in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[the epoxide ring: trans or cis, the double bond: trans][[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18108HO01 Source=Degradation products of radical reactions from 13-hydroperoxymethyllinoleate[[Reference:Schieberle_P:Tsoukalas_B:Grosch_W:,Z. Lebensm. Unters. Forsch.,1979,168,448
LBF18108HO02 Source=A degradation product of hydroperoxylinoleate in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[the double bond: trans][[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18108HO03 Source=Reaction products between hydroperoxylinoleate and soy bean lipoxygenase[[Reference:Streckert_G:Stan_HJ:,Lipids,1975,10,847
LBF18108HO04 Source=Reaction products between hydroperoxylinoleate and soy bean lipoxygenase[[Reference:Streckert_G:Stan_HJ:,Lipids,1975,10,847
LBF18108HO05 Source=Reaction products between 9-hydroperoxylinoleate and corn hydroperoxide isomerase[[Reference:Gardner_WH:,J. Lipid. Res.,1970,11,311
LBF18108HO06 Source=A degradation product of hydroperoxylinoleate in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[the double bond shows trans configuration][[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18108HP01 Source=Major reactive products between 13-hydroperoxylinoleate (or linoleate) and soy bean extracts(pH=6.9)[[Reference:Gardner_HW:Weisleder_D:Kleiman_R:,Lipids,1978,13,246
LBF18108HP02 Source=Reaction products of linolate hydroperoxide by soy bean lipoxygenase[[Reference:Streckert_G:Stan_HJ:,Lipids,1975,10,847
LBF18108HP03 Source=It is produced from 13,15-epidioxy-16-hydroperoxides by 1,4-adduct of singlet-oxygen mediated oxidation of 13-peroxyradical linoleate via 1,3-cyclization[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18108HP04 Source=Photoenhancement of linoleate peroxidation(TypeII)[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18108MO01 Source=Oxidative products of 13-hydroperoxylinoleate in MeH[[Reference:Gardner:HW:Weisleder_D:Nelson_EC:,J. Org. Chem.,1984,49,508
LBF18108SC01 Source=Root nodules of Pinellia ternate
LBF18108SC02 Source=Root of nodules of Pinellia
LBF18109AM01 Source=
LBF18109BC01 Source=
LBF18109EO01 Source=A major secondary product by autooxidation in a lipid film of linoleate[[Reference:Wu_GS:Stein_RA:Mead_JF:,Lipids.,1977,12,971
LBF18109EO02 Source=13-Hydroperoxylinoleate in EtOH-water[the epoxide ring and OH show threo configuration][[Reference:Hamberg_M:Gotthammar_B:,Lipids,1973,8,737
LBF18109HO01 Source=Seed oils of Ricinus communis (Castor bean), Strophanthus sarmentosus, Hiptage benghalensis, Lesquerella fendleri, Physaria lindheimeri, and Claviceps purpurea (ergot). All of them share &Δ;12-hydroxylases in the FAD2 gene family.
LBF18109HO02 Source=Not natural fats and oils.
LBF18109HO04 Source=Reaction products between hydroperoxylinoleate and soy bean lipoxygenase[[Reference:Streckert_G:Stan_HJ:,Lipids,1975,10,847
LBF18109HO05 Source=Oxidative products of 13-hydroperoxylinoleate[[Reference:Gardner_HW:Nelson_EC:Tjarks_LW:England_RE:,Chem. Phys. Lipids,1984,35,87
LBF18109HP01 Source=Major reactive products between 13-hydroperoxylinoleate (or linoleate) and soy bean extracts(pH=6.9)[[Reference:Gardner_HW:Weisleder_D:Kleiman_R:,Lipids,1978,13,246
LBF18109MO01 Source=Oxidative products of 13-hydroperoxylinoleate in MeOH[[Reference:Gardner:HW:Weisleder_D:Nelson_EC:,J. Org. Chem.,1984,49,508
LBF18109MO02 Source=Oxidative products of 13-hydroperoxylinoleate in MeH[[Reference:Gardner:HW:Weisleder_D:Nelson_EC:,J. Org. Chem.,1984,49,508
LBF18109MO03 Source=Oxidative products of 13-hydroperoxylinoleate in MeH[[Reference:Gardner:HW:Weisleder_D:Nelson_EC:,J. Org. Chem.,1984,49,508
LBF18109OX01 Source=Reaction products between 13-hydroperoxylinoleate and corn hydroperoxide isomerase[[Reference:Gardner_WH:,J. Lipid. Res.,1970,11,311
LBF18109SC01 Source=Generally considered to be predominant fatty acid in nature (few fats known to contain less than 10%; Separation from olive oil by double fraction via urea adduct. Major constituent in plant oils e.g. olive oil (about 80%), almond oil (about 80%), mainly as glyceride.
LBF18109SC02 Source=Fat of ruminants; human-mother's milk [[Reference:Picciano_MF:Perkins_EG:,Lipids,1977,12,407
LBF18110HP01 Source=It is produced from a 10-peroxyradical by singlet-oxygen mediated oxidation of linoleate via succesive 1,3-cyclization[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18110SC01 Source=Reported in human-hair fat and olive oil; presence in other fats suspected
LBF18110SC02 Source=
LBF18111SC01 Source=
LBF18111SC02 Source=
LBF18112SC01 Source=Various fruit and seed oils including those of various umbellates including seeds of ivy, Coriandrum sativum (coriander), Angelica polyclada and Petroselinum crispum (parsley). In coriander seeds, it accounts for over 85 % of the total fat content.
LBF18112SC02 Source=
LBF18113SC01 Source=
LBF18114SC01 Source=Only natural source, seed oil of Thalictrum polycarpum
LBF18115SC01 Source=No natural source
LBF18116SC01 Source=
LBF18116SC02 Source=No natural source
LBF181nnXX01 Source=Seed of Taraktogenos kurzii (Synonym: Hydnocarpus kurzii.); oil of Gynocardia odorata (chaulmoogra); 2 Oncoba spp..
LBF18203EO01 Source=Autooxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Neff_WE:Frankel_EN:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1981,16,439
LBF18203EO02 Source=Autooxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Neff_WE:Frankel_EN:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1981,16,439
LBF18203HO01 Source=Seed oil of Lesquerella densipila.
LBF18203HP01 Source=Auto oxydation of linoleate[[Reference:Neff_WE:Frankel_EN:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1981,16,439
LBF18203HP02 Source=Photoenhancemant of linoleate peroxydation[Type II][[Reference:Neff_WE:Frankel_EN:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1982,17,780
LBF18203HP03 Source=Photoenhancemant of linoleate peroxydation[Type II][[Reference:Neff_WE:Frankel_EN:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1982,17,780
LBF18203HP04 Source=It is produced from a 9-hydroperoxide isomer of linoleate by 1,4-adduct of singlet-oxygen[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18203JA02 Source=12-oxo PDA is present in seedlings of sunflower and corn plants.
LBF18204SC01 Source=
LBF18205HP01 Source=It is produced from a 16-hydroperoxide isomer of linoleate by 1,4-adduct of singlet-oxygen[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18205SC01 Source=
LBF18206EO01 Source=Auto oxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Neff_WE:Frankel_EN:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1981,16,439
LBF18206HO01 Source=Seed oil of Tragopogon porrifolius.
LBF18206HO02 Source=Several Dimorphotheca spp.; 34% in seed oil of D.aurantiaca (Cape marigold); species of other genera.
LBF18206HO03 Source=Minor degradation products of linoleate hydroperoxide in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18206HO04 Source=Autooxydation products of linoleic acid in EtOH-water[[Reference:Hamberg_M:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta - Lipids and Lipid Metabolism,1983,752,353
LBF18206HP01 Source=Auto oxidation of methyllinoleate[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1980,19,1
LBF18206HP02 Source=Oxidation of methyl linoleate by singlet oxygen[[Reference:Logani_MK:Davies_RE:,Lipids,1980,15,485
LBF18206HP03 Source=Oxidation of methyl linoleate by singlet oxygen[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1980,19,1
LBF18206HP04 Source=A minor component of monohydroperoxide generated from linoleic acid or methyllinoleate by autooxidation[[Reference:Haslbeck_F:Grosch_W:Firl_J:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1983,750,185
LBF18206HP05 Source=A minor component of monohydroperoxide generated from linoleic acid or methyllinoleate by autooxidation[[Reference:Haslbeck_F:Grosch_W:Firl_J:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1983,750,185
LBF18206OX01 Source=A degradation product of hydroperoxylinoleate in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[trans, trans; or trans, cis][[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18206SC01 Source=
LBF18206SC02 Source=
LBF18206SC03 Source=
LBF18206SC04 Source=
LBF18206SC05 Source=Constituent of the essential fatty acids (vitamin F) and of various microorganisms; oils of cottonseed, soybean, peanut, corn, sunflower and poppy seed.
LBF18206SC06 Source=
LBF18206SC07 Source=
LBF18206SC08 Source=Seed fat of Chilopsis linearis.
LBF18206SC09 Source=
LBF18206SC10 Source=Seed fat of Chilopsis linearis.
LBF18206SC11 Source=
LBF18207HO01 Source=Seed oils of 4 species of Asteraceae including Tragopogon porrifolius, 1 species of Fabaceae, and 1 species of Zygophyllaceae.
LBF18207HO02 Source=4% in the seed oil of Tragopogon porrifolius along with dimorphecolic acid.
LBF18207HO03 Source=Minor degradation products of linoleate hydroperoxide in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18207HO04 Source=Reaction products between 13-Hydroperoxylinoleate and human hemoglobin in EtOH[[Reference:Hamberg_M:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1983,752,191
LBF18207HP01 Source=Auto oxidation of methyl linoleate[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1980,19,1
LBF18207HP02 Source=A degradation product of 13-hydroperoxymethyllinoleate in the presence of di-tert-butyl peroxyoxalate[[Reference:Schieberle_P:Grosch_W:,Z. Lebensm. Unters. Forsch.,1981,173,192
LBF18207HP03 Source=Auto oxydation of linoleate[[Reference:Neff_WE:Frankel_EN:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1981,16,439
LBF18207MO01 Source=Reaction products between 13-hydroperoxylinoleate and human hemoglobin in MeOH[[Reference:Hamberg_M:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1983,752,191
LBF18207OX01 Source=A degradation product of hydroperoxylinoleate in the presence of Fe(III)-cystein[trans, trans; or trans, cis][[Reference:Gardner_HW:Kleiman_R:Weisleder_D:,Lipids,1974,9,696
LBF18207SC01 Source=
LBF18207SC02 Source=
LBF18207SC03 Source=
LBF18207SC04 Source=
LBF18207TX01 Source=When thromboxane B2 is infused, 2,3-dinor-thromboxane B2 is found in urine of monkey [[Reference:Kindahl_H:,Prostaglandins,1977,13,619
LBF18208HP01 Source=A degradation product of 13-hydroperoxymethyllinoleate in the presence of di-tert-butyl peroxyoxalate[[Reference:Schieberle_P:Grosch_W:,Z. Lebensm. Unters. Forsch.,1981,173,192
LBF18208SC01 Source=
LBF18210SC01 Source=
LBF182nnXX02 Source=Glycerides of Oncoba echinata; several Hydnocarpus oils.
LBF18302HP01 Source=Oxidation of linoleate by singlet oxygen[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1980,19,1
LBF18302HP02 Source=It is produced from 13- or 15-hydroperoxy isomer during oxidation of linoleate by singlet-oxygen[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18302HP03 Source=It is produced from 9- or 15-hydroperoxy isomer during oxidation of linoleate by singlet-oxygen[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18303HP01 Source=Auto oxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc.,1977,54,234
LBF18303HP02 Source=Auto oxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1980,19,1
LBF18303HP03 Source=Auto oxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1980,19,1
LBF18303HP04 Source=Oxidation of linoleate by singlet oxygen[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1980,19,1
LBF18303HP05 Source=It is produced from a 9-hydroperoxy isomer during autooxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1983,22,1
LBF18303HP06 Source=It is produced from 10- or 12-hydroperoxy isomer during oxidation of linoleate by singlet-oxygen[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18303SC01 Source=Linseed, perilla, and hemp oils; drying oils.
LBF18303SC02 Source=
LBF18303SC03 Source=
LBF18304HP01 Source=Auto oxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1980,19,1
LBF18304HP02 Source=It is produced from 9- or 16-hydroperoxy isomer during autooxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1983,22,1
LBF18304HP03 Source=It is produced from a 16-hydroperoxy isomer during autooxidation of linoleate[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1983,22,1
LBF18304HP04 Source=It is produced from 10- or 16-hydroperoxy isomer during oxidation of linoleate by singlet-oxygen[[Reference:Frankel_EN:,Prog. Lipid Res.,1984,23,197
LBF18304SC01 Source=Trichosanthes oils.
LBF18304SC02 Source=
LBF18304SC03 Source=
LBF18304SC04 Source=
LBF18305SC01 Source=Seed oils of Punica granatum (pomegranate) and Catalpa speciosa; Chilopsis sp.; C. linearis.
LBF18305SC02 Source=Aleurites spp. (tung) , neou, and po-yak oils; oils of tropical and subtropical species.
LBF18305SC03 Source=Cattle-liver phosphatides.
LBF18305SC04 Source=
LBF18305SC05 Source=
LBF18306HO01 Source=Primary constituent of Mallotus phillippinensis (kamala) and other Mallotus spp.
LBF18306HO02 Source=
LBF18306SC01 Source=Linseed, perilla, and hemp oils.
LBF18306SC02 Source=Isolated from seeds of Oenothera biennis and O. lamarckiana (evening primroses); drying oils. A minor component of many animal lipids.
LBF18306SC03 Source=Catalpa ovata seed oil; Jacaranda oils.
LBF18306SC04 Source=Neou, po-yak, and tung oils.
LBF18306SC05 Source=Cattle-liver phosphatides.
LBF18307HO01 Source=13(S)-HOTrE( &γ; ) is the 15-lipoxygenase product of &γ; -linolenic acid. It is synthesized in human platelets.
LBF18307HP01 Source=13(S)-HpOTrE( &γ; ) is produced from &γ; -linolenic acid by soybean 15-lipoxygenase [[Reference:Funk_MO:Isacc_R:Porter_NA:,Lipids,1976,11,113
LBF18401SC01 Source=
LBF18403SC01 Source=Seed oil of Stenolobium stans.
LBF18403SC02 Source=Sardine oil; head oil of the white whale.
LBF18403SC03 Source=Seed oil of Onosmodium occidentale; South African pilchard; Newfoundland squid; several other genera and species.
LBF18403SC04 Source=Seed oil of Impatient and Parinarium; Iris sp.; Nymphaea aiba.
LBF18403SC05 Source=
LBF19000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF19000BC02 Source=Oil gland of natatorial bird tail.
LBF19000HO01 Source=
LBF19000HO02 Source=
LBF19000SC01 Source=Ox fat
LBF19109XX01 Source=Sterculia foetida ; usually in small proportion in a variety of oils together with malvalic acid.
LBF19117SC01 Source=
LBF19206HP01 Source=Oxidation of arachidonic acid in the presence of hemoglobin, mioglobin[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,595
LBF19206SC01 Source=Liver oil of Carcharodon carcharias; Cambodiafish oil.
LBF20000AM01 Source=
LBF20000AM02 Source=
LBF20000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF20000HO01 Source=
LBF20000HO02 Source=
LBF20000HO03 Source=
LBF20000HO04 Source=Seed oil of hare's ear and mustard.
LBF20000PG01 Source=
LBF20000PG02 Source=13,14-dihydro-15keto PGE1 is a metabolite of PGE1.[[Reference:Hamberg_M:Samuelsson_B:,J. Biol. Chem.,1971,246,6713
LBF20000SC01 Source=Peanut oil;rambutan fat
LBF20106SC01 Source=
LBF20107PG01 Source=Prostaglandin E1 is contained in human seminal plasma in an amount of 25 microgram/ml [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20107PG02 Source=There were reports of prolonged biological activity of chemically unstable prostaglandin I2, which suggested a possible transformation of prostaglandin I2 to a more stable metabolite with potent bioactivity [[Reference:Wong_PY:Lee_WH:Chao_PH:Reiss_RF:McGiff_JC:,J. Biol. Chem.,1980,255,9021
LBF20107PG03 Source=Prostaglandin F1 α is contained in human seminal plasma in an amount of 3.6 microgram/ml [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20107PG04 Source=15-keto PGE1 is the inactive metabolite of PGE1 via PG15-dehydrogenase
LBF20107PG05 Source=19(R)-hydroxy PGE1 is the major prostaglandin found in the semen of primates.
LBF20107PG06 Source=15-keto PGF1 α is the initial metabolite of PGF1 α via PG 15-dehydrogenase.
LBF20107PG07 Source=19(R)-hydroxy PGF1 α is and ω -1 hydroxylase metabolite of 19(R)-hydroxy PGF1 α .[[Reference:Taylor_PL:Kelly_RW:,FEBS Lett.,1975,57,22
LBF20107PG08 Source=
LBF20107PG09 Source=
LBF20107PG10 Source=
LBF20107PG11 Source=
LBF20107PG12 Source=
LBF20107PG13 Source=
LBF20107PG14 Source=
LBF20107PG15 Source=
LBF20107PG17 Source=
LBF20107PG18 Source=When prostaglandin I2 is produced in animal tissues, it is unstable in aqueous solution, especially at acidic pH, and readily decomposed to 6-keto-prostaglandin F1 α [[Reference:Moncada_S:Vane_JR:,Pharmacol. Rev.,1978,30,293
LBF20107PG19 Source=8-iso PGE1 is an isoprostane which is found in human semen at the concentration of 7 μ g/ml.[[Reference:Taylor_PL:,Prostaglandins,1979,17,259
LBF20107PG20 Source=
LBF20107PG21 Source=
LBF20107PG22 Source=
LBF20107PG23 Source=PGH1 is a cylooxygenase metabolite of DGLA.
LBF20107PG24 Source=
LBF20107PG25 Source=
LBF20109HO01 Source=Seed oils of various Lesquerella spp.
LBF20109SC01 Source=Seed oils of Cardiospermum halicacabum (balloon vine), rape, mustard, and other Brassicaceae; reported in oils of menhaden, Atlantic cod, Squalus acanthias (dogfish) liver, and Dalphinapterus leucas (beluga, or white whale) blubber
LBF20109SC02 Source=Oils of pilot whale, menhaden, Atlantic cod, Squalus acanthias (dogfish) liver, and blubber of Delphinap terus leucas (beluga, or white whale); many plants, especially Buxaceae.
LBF20111SC01 Source=Natural fats; codfish; shark- and ray-liver oils; whale oil
LBF20115PG01 Source=13,14-dihydro-15keto PGD2 is a metabolite of PGD2 which is formed through the PG 15-dehydrogenase pathway.[[Reference:Hirata_Y:Hayashi_H:Ito_S:Kikawa_Y:Ishibashi_M:Sudo_M:Miyazaki_H:Fukushima_M:Narumiya_S:Hayaishi_O:,J. Biol. Chem.,1988,263,16619
LBF20115PG02 Source=13,14-dihydro-15keto PGE2 is the primary metabolite of PGE2 in plasma via PG 15-dehydrogenase.[[Reference:Hamberg_M:Samuelsson_B:,J. Biol. Chem.,1971,246,6713
LBF20115PG03 Source=13,14-dihydro-15-keto PGF2 α is the first prominent plasma metabolite of PGF2 α via PG 15-dehydrogenase pathway.[[Reference:Samuelsson_B:Goldyne_M:Granstrom_E:Hamberg_M:Hammarstrom_S:Malmsten_C:,Annu. Rev. Biochem.,1978,47,997
LBF20115PG04 Source=
LBF20115PG05 Source=
LBF20118BC01 Source=
LBF20118BC02 Source=
LBF20203PG01 Source= Δ 17-PGE1 is produced by the cyclooxigenase metabolism of ω -3 arachidonic acid.
LBF20203PG02 Source= Δ 17-6-keto PGF1 α is no enzymatic hydrolysis product of PGI3.
LBF20206HO01 Source=11(R)-HEDE is produced from 11Z,14Z-eicosadienoic acid by cyclooxygenase in a lipoxygenase-type reaction [[Reference:Hemler_ME:Crawford_CG:Lands_WE:,Biochemistry,1978,17,1772
LBF20206HO02 Source=
LBF20206HP01 Source=In degradation products of 11-hydroperoxides of arachidonic acid in the presence of Fe(III)-ascorbic acid.
LBF20206SC01 Source=Herring and menhaden oils; cattle-liver phosphatides; swine brain lipids; shark liver oil.
LBF20207HO01 Source=
LBF20207HO02 Source=
LBF20207HP01 Source=15(S)-HpEDE is a monohydroperoxy polyunsaturated fatty acid produced by the action of 15-lipoxygenase on eicosadienoic acid.
LBF20207HP02 Source=Oxidation of arachidonic acid in the presence of hemoglobin, mioglobin[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,595
LBF20207OX01 Source=
LBF20207PG01 Source=Prostaglandin A1 is found in human seminal plasma [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20207PG02 Source=Prostaglandin B1 is found in human seminal plasma [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20207PG10 Source=15-epi PGA1 is produced by gorgonia soft corals.[[Reference:Krakoff_LR:Vlachakis_N:Mendlowitz_M:Stricker_J:,Clin. Sci. Mol. Med. Suppl.,1975,2,311s
LBF20207PG22 Source=In most animal tissues prostanoids are synthesized enzymatically de novo upon physiological and pathological stimulations, and this is also the case of prostaglandin D2. Prostaglandin D2 is produced in barin, lung, spleen, mast cells and other tissues [[Reference:Urade_Y:Watanabe_K:Hayaishi_O:,J. Lipid Mediat. Cell Signal.,1995,12,257
LBF20207PG23 Source=Prostaglandin E2 was found to be accummulating in human semen in an amount of about 13 microgram per ml [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20207PG24 Source=15-Keto-prostaglandin E2 is the oxidized product of prostaglandin E2 by 15-hydroxyprostaglandin dehydrogenase, which is present in lung, kidney, placenta and other tissues and catalyzes the NAD- or NADP-dependent dehydrogenation of 15-hydroxyl group [[Reference:Hansen_HS:,Prostaglandins,1976,12,647
LBF20207PG25 Source=Prostaglandin F2 α was found to be accummulating in human semen in an amount of about 2 microgram per ml [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20207PG26 Source=15-Keto-prostaglandin F2 α is the oxidized product of prostaglandin F2 α by 15-hydroxyprostaglandin dehydrogenase, which is present in lung, kidney, placenta and other tissues and catalyzes the NAD- or NADP-dependent dehydrogenation of 15-dydroxyl group [[Reference:Hansen_HS:,Prostaglandins,1976,12,647
LBF20207PG27 Source=Prostaglandin G2 is produced by bis-dioxygenation and cyclization of arachidonic acid as an intermediate for the biosyntheses of various prostaglandins and thromboxanes. The responsible enzyme is prostaglandin endoperoxide synthase usually referred to as fatty acid cyclooxygenase, and distributed in various animal tissues [[Reference:Pace-Asciak_CR:Smith_WL:,The_Enzymes,1983,16,543
LBF20207PG28 Source=5-trans PGE2 is naturally produced by some gorgonian corals and is also a common impurity in commercial lots of PGE1.
LBF20207PG29 Source=
LBF20207PG30 Source=20-hydroxy PGE2 is a product of cytochrome P450 metabolism of PGE2.[[Reference:Oliw_EH:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1989,1001,107
LBF20207PG31 Source=11 β -PGF2 α is the primary plasma metabolite of PGD2 in vivo.[[Reference:Liston_TE:Roberts_LJ:2nd:,Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A.,1985,82,6030
LBF20207PG32 Source=19(R)-hydroxy PGF2 α is an ω -1 hydroxylase metabolite of PGF2 α found in human semen.
LBF20207PG33 Source=20-hydroxy PGF2 α is the ω -oxidation product of PGF2 α via P450 ω -oxidation in cultured type-II alveolar cells from pregnant rabbits.[[Reference:Devereux_TR:Fouts_JR:Eling_TE:,Prostaglandins Leukot. Essent. Fatty Acids,1987,27,43
LBF20207PG34 Source=
LBF20207PG35 Source=
LBF20207PG36 Source=
LBF20207PG37 Source=
LBF20207PG38 Source=
LBF20207PG39 Source=
LBF20207PG40 Source=
LBF20207PG41 Source=
LBF20207PG42 Source=
LBF20207PG43 Source=
LBF20207PG44 Source=
LBF20207PG45 Source=
LBF20207PG46 Source=In normal human urine, 8-iso PGF2 α level are about 180-200 pg/mg of creatinine.[[Reference:Morrow_JD:Hrris_TM:Roberts_LJ:2nd:,Anal. Biochem.,1990,184,1
LBF20207PG47 Source=
LBF20207PG48 Source=
LBF20207PG49 Source=
LBF20207PG50 Source=15-Epi-prostaglandin E2 and its methyl ester were isolated from Gorgonian, Plexaura homomalla.[[Reference:Light_RJ:Samuelsson_B:,Eur. J. Biochem.,1972,28,232
LBF20207PG51 Source=In most animal tissues prostanoids are synthesized enzymatically de novo upon physiological and pathological stimulations, and this is also the case of prostaglandin I2. Prostaglandin I2 is produced in blood vessels, lung and other tissues [[Reference:Moncada_S:Vane_JR:,Pharmacol. Rev.,1978,30,293
LBF20207PG52 Source=15(R)-PGF2 α is the C-15 epimer of the naturally occurring PGF2 α .
LBF20207PG53 Source=
LBF20207PG54 Source=
LBF20207PG55 Source=
LBF20207PG56 Source=
LBF20207PG57 Source=
LBF20207PG58 Source=
LBF20207PG59 Source=
LBF20207PG60 Source=
LBF20207PG61 Source=
LBF20207PG62 Source=
LBF20207PG63 Source=
LBF20207PG64 Source=15-Epi-prostaglandin E2 and its methyl ester were isolated from Gorgonian, Plexaura homomalla.[[Reference:Light_RJ:Samuelsson_B:,Eur. J. Biochem.,1972,28,232
LBF20207PG65 Source=
LBF20207PG66 Source=
LBF20207PG67 Source=
LBF20207PG68 Source=
LBF20207PG69 Source=
LBF20207PG70 Source=
LBF20207PG71 Source=
LBF20207PG72 Source=
LBF20207PG73 Source=Prostaglandin F2 α -11-acetate was isolated from soft coral, Lobophyton depressum.[[Reference:Carmely_S:Kashman_Y:Loya_Y:Benayahu_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1980,21,875
LBF20207PG74 Source=
LBF20207PG75 Source=
LBF20207PG76 Source=Prostaglandin F2 α -11-acetate methyl ester was isolated from soft coral, Lobophyton depressum.[[Reference:Carmely_S:Kashman_Y:Loya_Y:Benayahu_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1980,21,875
LBF20207PG77 Source=18-Acetoxyprostaglandin F2 α -11-acetate was isolated from soft coral, Lobophyton depressum.[[Reference:Carmely_S:Kashman_Y:Loya_Y:Benayahu_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1980,21,875
LBF20207PG78 Source=18-Acetoxyprostaglandin F2 α -11-acetate methyl ester was isolated from soft coral, Lobophyton depressum.[[Reference:Carmely_S:Kashman_Y:Loya_Y:Benayahu_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1980,21,875
LBF20207PG79 Source= 16,16-dimethyl Prostaglandin A1 is a metabolism resistant analogue of PGA1.
LBF20207TX01 Source=Thromboxane A2 is produced in platelets, polymorphonuclear leukocytes, macrophages, lung, kidney and spleen of various animals upon various biological stimulations [[Reference:Moncada_S:Vane_JR:,Pharmacol. Rev.,1978,30,293
LBF20207TX02 Source=Thromboxane B2 as a stable degradation product of bioactive but unstable thromboxane A2 is detected in the tissue where thromboxane A2 is produced [[Reference:Moncada_S:Vane_JR:,Pharmacol. Rev.,1978,30,293
LBF20207TX03 Source=When thromboxane B2 is infused, 11-dehydro-thromboxane B2 is found as a major metabolite in the blood of rabbit [[Reference:Westlund_P:Kumlin_M:Nordenstrom_A:Granstrom_E:,Prostaglandins,1986,31,413
LBF20208PG01 Source=
LBF20210PG01 Source=13,14-dihydro-15-keto PGA2 is produced via non-enzymatic dehydration of 13,14-dihydro-15-keto PGE2, whose process is a ccelerated by the presence of albumin.[[Reference:Granstrom_E:Hamberg_M:Hansson_G:Kindahl_H:,Prostaglandins,1980,19,933
LBF20212LT01 Source=
LBF20303PG03 Source=Prostaglandin E3 is contained in human seminal plasma in an amount of 5.5 micrograms/ml [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20303PG04 Source=Prostaglandin F3 α is found in bovine lung [[Reference:Speroff_L:Ramwell_PW:,Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol.,1970,107,1111
LBF20303PG05 Source=PGD3 is produced by the metabolism of EPA via the cyclooxygenase pathway.[[Reference:Kulkarni_PS:Kaufman_PL:Srinivasan_BD:,J. Ocul. Pharmacol.,1987,3,349
LBF20303PG06 Source=PGI3 is synthesized from EPA by cyclooxygenase and PGI synthase.
LBF20303PG07 Source=
LBF20303SC01 Source=Shark-liver and herring oil.
LBF20303TX01 Source=
LBF20303TX02 Source=
LBF20306CV01 Source=Preclavulone lactones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iwashima_M:Watanabe_K:Iguchi_K:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1997,38,8319
LBF20306CV02 Source=Preclavulone lactones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iwashima_M:Watanabe_K:Iguchi_K:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1997,38,8319
LBF20306CV03 Source=10,11-Epoxychlorovulone I was isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Kaneta_S:Mori_K:Yamada_Y:,Chem. Pharm. Bull. (Tokyo),1987,35,4375
LBF20306EO01 Source=(±)5(6)-EpETrE is biosynthesized in rat and rabbit liver microsomes by cytochrome P450 [[Reference:Oliw_EH:Guengerich_FP:Oates_JA:,J. Biol. Chem.,1982,257,3771
LBF20306EO02 Source=(±)8(9)-EpETrE is biosynthesized in rat and rabbit liver microsomes by cytochrome P450 [[Reference:Oliw_EH:Guengerich_FP:Oates_JA:,J. Biol. Chem.,1982,257,3771
LBF20306EO03 Source=(±)11(12)-EpETrE is biosynthesized in rat and rabbit liver microsomes by cytochrome P450 [[Reference:Oliw_EH:Guengerich_FP:Oates_JA:,J. Biol. Chem.,1982,257,3771
LBF20306HO01 Source=
LBF20306HO02 Source=
LBF20306HO03 Source=
LBF20306HO05 Source=8(S)-HETrE is a monohydroxy polyunsaturated fatty acid produced by rabbit neutrophil lipoxygenase when dihomo- &γ; -linolenic acid is used as a substrate [[Reference:Shak_S:Goldstein_IM:,J. Biol. Chem.,1984,259,10181
LBF20306HO07 Source=The compound is produced from arachidonic acid which is incubated with bovine corneal microsomes in the presence of NADPH [[Reference:Murphy_RC:Falck_JR:Lumin_S:Yadagiri_P:Zirrolli_JA:Balazy_M:Masferrer_JL:Abraham_NG:Schwartzman_ML:,J. Biol. Chem.,1988,263,17197
LBF20306HX01 Source=
LBF20306HX02 Source=
LBF20306HX03 Source=Hepoxilin A3 together with hepoxilin B3 is produced from arachidonic acid or more directly from 12(S)-hydroperoxy-5,8,10,14-eicosatetraenoic acid in various animal tissues including brain, pineal gland, pancreas and skin [[Reference:Pace-Asciak_CR:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1994,1215,1
LBF20306HX04 Source=Hepoxilin B3 together with hepoxilin A3 is produced from arachidonic acid or more directly from 12(S)-hydroperoxy-5,8,10,14-eicosatetraenoic acid in various animal tissues including brain, pineal gland, pancreas and skin [[Reference:Pace-Asciak_CR:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1994,1215,1
LBF20306PG01 Source=
LBF20306SC01 Source=Fish oils; phosphatides of liver and suprarenals of land animals and of brain; liver oil of Carcharodon carcharias (a shark).
LBF20306SC02 Source=Podocarpus oil.
LBF20307HO01 Source=15(S)-HETrE is a hydroxy fatty acid derived from dihomo- &γ; -linolenic acid.
LBF20307HP01 Source=In degradation products of 15-hydroperoxides of arachidonic acid in the presence of Fe(III)-ascorbic acid. Oxidation of arachidonic acid in the presence of Fe(III)-ascorbic acid[[Reference:Yamagata_S:Murakami_H:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2791
LBF20307HP02 Source=In degradation products of 15-hydroperoxides of arachidonic acid in the presence of Fe(III)-ascorbic acid. Oxidation of arachidonic acid in the presence of Fe(III)-ascorbic acid[[Reference:Yamagata_S:Murakami_H:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2791
LBF20307PG01 Source=Prostaglandin A2 was found in human semen in an amount of about 50 micrograms per ml as measured in combination with prostaglandins A1, B1 and B2 [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20307PG02 Source=The compound is contained in human seminal plasma in a considerable amount [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20307PG03 Source=Prostaglandin B2 was found in human seminal plasma in an amout of 50 micrograms per ml as measured in combination with prostaglandins A1,A2 and B1 [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20307PG04 Source=The compound is contained in human seminal plasma in a considerable amount [[Reference:Bergstrom_S:,Science,1967,157,382
LBF20307PG05 Source=
LBF20307PG06 Source=
LBF20307PG38 Source=
LBF20307PG39 Source=15-Epi-prostaglandin A 2 and its acetate methyl ester were isolated from Caribbean Gorgonian, Plexaura homomalla.[[Reference:Weinheimer_AJ:Spraggins_RL:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1969,59,5185
LBF20307PG41 Source=5-trans-Prostaglandin A2 was isolated from Gorgonian, Plexaura homomalla.[[Reference:Bundy_GL:Daniels_EG:Lincoln_FH:Pike_JE:,J. Am. Chem. Soc.,1972,94,2124
LBF20308PG01 Source= Δ 12-PGJ2 is a decomposition product of PGD2 in the presence of albumin.[[Reference:Fitzpatrick_FA:Wynalda_MA:,J. Biol. Chem.,1983,258,11713
LBF20308PG03 Source=
LBF20309EO01 Source=(±)14(15)-EpETrE is biosynthesized in rat and rabbit liver microsomes by cytochrome P450 [[Reference:Oliw_EH:Guengerich_FP:Oates_JA:,J. Biol. Chem.,1982,257,3771
LBF20309HO01 Source=
LBF20309HO02 Source=5(S)-HETrE is produced by the action of 5-lipoxygenase when mead acid is the substrate [[Reference:Jakschik_BA:Sams_AR:Sprecher_H:Needleman_P:,Prostaglandins,1980,20,401
LBF20309SC01 Source=Fish oils; phosphatides of liver and suprarenals of land animals and of brain.
LBF20402SC01 Source=Fish and whale oils.
LBF20403PG03 Source=PGA3 is non-enzymatic dehydration product of PGE3.
LBF20403PG04 Source=PGB3 is a non-enzymatic dehydration product resulting from the treatment of PGE3 with strong base.
LBF20403SC01 Source=Sardine oil.
LBF20404SC01 Source=Brain phosphatides; sardine oil; whale oils; swine liver.
LBF20406AM01 Source=
LBF20406AM02 Source=
LBF20406AM03 Source=
LBF20406AM04 Source=
LBF20406AM05 Source=
LBF20406AM06 Source=
LBF20406AM07 Source=
LBF20406AM08 Source=
LBF20406AM09 Source=
LBF20406AM10 Source=
LBF20406AM11 Source=
LBF20406AM12 Source=
LBF20406AM13 Source=
LBF20406AM14 Source=
LBF20406AM15 Source=
LBF20406AM16 Source=
LBF20406AM17 Source=
LBF20406AM18 Source=
LBF20406AM19 Source=
LBF20406AM20 Source=
LBF20406AM21 Source=
LBF20406AM22 Source=
LBF20406AM23 Source=
LBF20406AM24 Source=
LBF20406AM25 Source=
LBF20406AM26 Source=
LBF20406AM27 Source=
LBF20406AM28 Source=
LBF20406AM29 Source=
LBF20406AM30 Source=
LBF20406AM31 Source=
LBF20406AM32 Source=
LBF20406AM33 Source=
LBF20406AM34 Source=
LBF20406AM35 Source=
LBF20406AM36 Source=
LBF20406AM37 Source=
LBF20406AM38 Source=
LBF20406AM39 Source=
LBF20406AM40 Source=
LBF20406AM41 Source=
LBF20406AM42 Source=
LBF20406AM43 Source=
LBF20406AM44 Source=
LBF20406AM45 Source=
LBF20406AM46 Source=
LBF20406CV01 Source=Clavulolactones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iwashima_M:Okamoto_K:Konno_F:Iguchi_K:,J. Nat. Prod.,1999,62,352
LBF20406CV02 Source=Clavulolactones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iwashima_M:Okamoto_K:Konno_F:Iguchi_K:,J. Nat. Prod.,1999,62,352
LBF20406CV03 Source=4-Epiclavulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iwashima_M:Okamoto_K:Miyai_Y:Iguchi_K:,Chem. Pharm. Bull. (Tokyo),1999,47,884
LBF20406CV04 Source=4-Epiclavulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iwashima_M:Okamoto_K:Miyai_Y:Iguchi_K:,Chem. Pharm. Bull. (Tokyo),1999,47,884
LBF20406CV05 Source=Clavulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Kikuchi_H:Tsukitani_Y:Iguchi_K:Yamada_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1982,23,5171
LBF20406CV06 Source=Clavulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Kikuchi_H:Tsukitani_Y:Iguchi_K:Yamada_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1982,23,5171
LBF20406CV07 Source=Clavulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Kikuchi_H:Tsukitani_Y:Iguchi_K:Yamada_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1982,23,5171
LBF20406CV08 Source=Clavulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Kikuchi_H:Tsukitani_Y:Iguchi_K:Yamada_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1983,24,1549
LBF20406CV09 Source=20-Acetoxyclavulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Yamada_Y:Kikuchi_H:Tsukitani_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1983,24,4433
LBF20406CV10 Source=20-Acetoxyclavulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Yamada_Y:Kikuchi_H:Tsukitani_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1983,24,4433
LBF20406CV11 Source=20-Acetoxyclavulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Yamada_Y:Kikuchi_H:Tsukitani_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1983,24,4433
LBF20406CV12 Source=Chlorovulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Kaneta_S:Mori_K:Yamada_Y:Honda_A:Mori_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1985,26,5787
LBF20406CV13 Source=Chlorovulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Kaneta_S:Mori_K:Yamada_Y:Honda_A:Mori_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1985,26,5787
LBF20406CV14 Source=Chlorovulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Kaneta_S:Mori_K:Yamada_Y:Honda_A:Mori_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1985,26,5787
LBF20406CV15 Source=Chlorovulones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Kaneta_S:Mori_K:Yamada_Y:Honda_A:Mori_Y:,Tetrahedron Lett.,1985,26,5787
LBF20406CV16 Source=Bromovulone I was isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Kaneta_S:Mori_K:Yamada_Y:Honda_A:Mori_Y:,J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.,1986,,981
LBF20406CV17 Source=Iodovulone I was isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iguchi_K:Kaneta_S:Mori_K:Yamada_Y:Honda_A:Mori_Y:,J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.,1986,,981
LBF20406CV18 Source=Clavulolactones were isolated from Japanese soft coral, Stolonifer Clavularia viridis Quoy and Gaimard.[[Reference:Iwashima_M:Okamoto_K:Konno_F:Iguchi_K:,J. Nat. Prod.,1999,62,352
LBF20406EO01 Source=The compound is produced when the microsomes of monkey seminal vesicle is incubated with 5,8,11,14,17-eicosapentaenoic acid [[Reference:Oliw_EH:,J. Biol. Chem.,1989,264,17845
LBF20406HO07 Source=5S,6R-DiHETE is a dihydroxy polyunsaturated fatty acid and a nonenzymatic hydrolysis product of leukotriene A 4 .
LBF20406HO08 Source=5(S),6(S)-DiHETE is a dihydroxy polyunsaturated fatty acid and a nonenzymatic hydrolysis product of leukotriene A 4 .
LBF20406HO09 Source=
LBF20406HO10 Source=5(R)-HETE is a monohydroxy polyunsaturated fatty acid produced by the nonenzymatic oxidation of arachidonic acid.
LBF20406HO11 Source=5(S)-HETE is a monohydroxy polyunsaturated fatty acid produced by the action of 5-lipoxygenase on arachidonic acid.
LBF20406HO12 Source=8(R)-HETE is a metabolite of arachidonic acid by the 8-lipoxygenase pathway in marine organisms [[Reference:Meijer_L:Brash_AR:Bryant_RW:Ng_K:Maclouf_J:Sprecher_H:,J. Biol. Chem.,1986,261,17040
LBF20406HO13 Source=8(S)-HETE is a major lipoxygenase product in PMA-treated mouse epidermis [[Reference:Hughes_MA:Brash_AR:,Biochim. Biophys. Acta,1991,1081,347
LBF20406HO14 Source=
LBF20406HO15 Source=
LBF20406HO16 Source=11(R)-HETE is synthesized from arachidonic acid by novel 11(R)-lipoxygenases present in the sea urchin eggs, S.purpuratus, and the freshwater hydrozoan, H. vulgaris [[Reference:Hawkins_DJ:Brash_AR:,J. Biol. Chem.,1987,262,7629
LBF20406HO17 Source=The synthesis of 11-HETE by rat polymorphonuclear neutrophils has been reported [[Reference:Myers_RF:Siegel_MI:,Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun.,1983,112,586
LBF20406HO18 Source=12(R)-HETE is produced by the action of 12(R)-lipoxygenase on arachidonic acid [[Reference:Hawkins_DJ:Brash_AR:,J. Biol. Chem.,1987,262,7629
LBF20406HO19 Source=
LBF20406HO20 Source=
LBF20406HO21 Source=
LBF20406HO22 Source=
LBF20406HO23 Source=
LBF20406HP01 Source=Autooxidation of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,595
LBF20406HP02 Source=Autooxidation of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,595
LBF20406HP03 Source=Autooxidation of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,595
LBF20406HP04 Source=Autooxidation of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,595
LBF20406HP05 Source=Autooxidation of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,595
LBF20406HP06 Source=Oxidation of arachidonic acid by singlet-oxygen[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,587
LBF20406HP07 Source=Oxidation of arachidonic acid by singlet-oxygen[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,587
LBF20406HP08 Source=Autooxidation of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Yamagata_S:Murakami_H:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2791
LBF20406HP09 Source=Autooxidation of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Yamagata_S:Murakami_H:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2791
LBF20406HP10 Source=Autooxidation of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1981,45,595
LBF20406LT01 Source=Leukotriene A4 is produced as an intermediate for the biosyntheses of leukotrienes B4 and C4 in polymorphonuclear leukocytes, mast cells and macrophages of various animal species [[Reference:Hammarstrom_S:,Annu. Rev. Biochem.,1983,52,355
LBF20406LT02 Source=Leukotriene B4 is produced by polymorphonuclear leukocytes and macrophages of various animal species upon various stimulations on the cells [[Reference:Samuelsson_B:Hammarstrom_S:,Vitam. Horm.,1982,39,1
LBF20406LT03 Source=This metabolite is derived from LTB4 by LTB4 12-hydroxydehydrogenase. LTB4 12-hydroxydehydrogenase is expressed most abunduntly in liver and kidney.
LBF20406LT04 Source=
LBF20406LT05 Source=
LBF20406LT06 Source=
LBF20406LT07 Source=
LBF20406LT08 Source=
LBF20406LT09 Source=20-carboxy LTB4 is a metabolite of LTB4 in human neutrophils
LBF20406LT10 Source=
LBF20406LT11 Source=
LBF20406LT12 Source=
LBF20406LT13 Source=Leukotriene D4 is produced by basophils, eosinophils and macrophages of various animal species upon various stimulations on the cells [[Reference:Samuelsson_B:Hammarstrom_S:,Vitam. Horm.,1982,39,1
LBF20406LT14 Source=Leukotriene C4 is produced by polymorphonuclear leukocytes, mast cells and macrophages of various animal species upon various stimulations on the cells [[Reference:Samuelsson_B:Hammarstrom_S:,Vitam. Horm.,1982,39,1
LBF20406LT15 Source=
LBF20406LT16 Source=
LBF20406LT17 Source=When leukotriene C4 was injected into male subjects, leukotriene E4 was found as a major urinary metabolite [[Reference:Orning_L:Kaijser_L:Hammarstrom_S:,Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun.,1985,130,214
LBF20406LT18 Source=
LBF20406LT19 Source=
LBF20406LT20 Source=
LBF20406OX01 Source=5-OxoETE is a polyunsaturated keto acid formed by the oxidation of 5-HETE in human neutrophils [[Reference:Powell_WS:Gravelle_F:Gravel_S:,J. Biol. Chem.,1992,267,19233
LBF20406OX02 Source=12-OxoETE is synthesized by human platelets and Aplaysia nervous tissue after incubation with arachidonic acid [[Reference:Falgueyret_JP:Leblanc_Y:Riendeau_D:,FEBS Lett.,1990,262,197
LBF20406PG02 Source=
LBF20406PH01 Source=
LBF20406SC01 Source=Constituent of many animal phospholipids, also of some ferns and mosses. Confinded to fats of land animals; brain, liver, glandular and egg lipids.
LBF20407HO02 Source=5(S),15(S)-DiHETE is synthesized by 15-lipoxygenase from 5(S)-HETE [[Reference:Green_FA:,Lipids,1990,25,618
LBF20407HO04 Source=8(S),15(S)-DiHETE is formed when15(S)-HETE is subjected to further oxidation by 15-lipoxygenase [[Reference:Morita_E:Schroder_JM:Christophers_E:,J. Immunol.,1990,144,1893
LBF20407HO05 Source=
LBF20407HO06 Source=15(S)-HETE is the metabolite of arachidonic acid from the 15-lipoxygenase pathway.
LBF20407HO07 Source=
LBF20407HP01 Source=Autooxidation of arachidonic acid[[Reference:Yamagata_S:Murakami_H:Terao_J:Matsushita_S:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2791
LBF20407LX01 Source=LXA4 is formed in vitro by a number of mechanisms from arachidonic acid, 15-HpETE, and leukotriene A4 (LTA4 ) [[Reference:Edenius_C:Stenke_L:Lindgren_JA:,Eur. J. Biochem.,1991,199,401
LBF20407OX01 Source=
LBF20408LX01 Source=LXB4 is a trihydroxy fatty acid containing a conjugated tetraene, isolated when arachidonic acid is incubated with A23187-stimulated mixtures of human platelets and granulocytes [[Reference:Edenius_C:Stenke_L:Lindgren_JA:,Eur. J. Biochem.,1991,199,401
LBF20502SC01 Source=Sardine and bonito oils.
LBF20503HO01 Source=(±)8-HEPE is the major eicosanoid extract from the barnacle, E. modestus. .
LBF20503HO02 Source=
LBF20503HO03 Source=
LBF20503HO04 Source=
LBF20503HO05 Source=
LBF20503HO06 Source=12(R)-HEPE is a monohydroxy fatty acid synthesized from EPA by the eggs of the sea urchin S. purpuratus [[Reference:Hawkins_DJ:Brash_AR:,J. Biol. Chem.,1987,262,7629
LBF20503HO07 Source=12(S)-HEPE is a monohydroxy fatty acid synthesized from EPA by the action of 12-lipoxygenase.
LBF20503HO08 Source=The biosynthesis of 15-HEPE from EPA in guinea pig epidermal enzyme preparations has been documented [[Reference:Miller_C:Yamaguchi_RY:Ziboh_VA:,Lipids,1989,24,998
LBF20503HO09 Source=The synthesis of 5(S)-HEPE from EPA by tissue homogenates has been demonstrated [[Reference:Kulkarni_PS:Kaufman_PL:Srinivasan_BD:,J. Ocul. Pharmacol.,1987,3,349
LBF20503HP01 Source=Autooxidation of icosapentaenoate[[Reference:Yamauchi_R:Yamada_T:Kato_K:Ueno_Y:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2897
LBF20503HP02 Source=
LBF20503HP03 Source=
LBF20503HP04 Source=Oxidation of icosapentaenoate by singlet-oxygen[[Reference:Yamauchi_R:Yamada_T:Kato_K:Ueno_Y:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2897
LBF20503HP05 Source=Autooxidation of icosapentaenoate[[Reference:Yamauchi_R:Yamada_T:Kato_K:Ueno_Y:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2897
LBF20503HP06 Source=Autooxidation of icosapentaenoate[[Reference:Yamauchi_R:Yamada_T:Kato_K:Ueno_Y:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2897
LBF20503HP07 Source=Autooxidation of icosapentaenoate[[Reference:Yamauchi_R:Yamada_T:Kato_K:Ueno_Y:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2897
LBF20503HP08 Source=5(S)-HpEPE is formed by the action of 5-lipoxygenase on eicosapentaenoic acid [[Reference:Kulkarni_PS:Kaufman_PL:Srinivasan_BD:,J. Ocul. Pharmacol.,1987,3,349
LBF20503LT01 Source=Leukotriene B5 is hardly detectable in human neutrophils, but is produced in the subjects fed with 5,8,11,14,17-eicosapentaenoic acid [[Reference:Prescott_SM:Zimmerman_GA:Morrison_AR:,Prostaglandins,1985,30,209
LBF20503SC01 Source=Present in fish oils as an acylglycerol and animal phospholipids. Cattle-liver lipids; various fish and seal oils.
LBF21000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF21000HO01 Source=seed oil of Mallotus philippinensis (kamala)
LBF21000SC01 Source=Japanwax(?);peanut oil(?);synthetic
LBF21503HO04 Source=Autooxidation of icosapentaenoate[[Reference:Yamauchi_R:Yamada_T:Kato_K:Ueno_Y:,Agric. Biol. Chem.,1983,47,2897
LBF22000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF22000HO01 Source=
LBF22000HO02 Source=
LBF22000HO03 Source=cork; birch bark; carnauba wax
LBF22000SC01 Source=Brassicaceae;wool grease;waxes
LBF22107PG02 Source=
LBF22109SC01 Source=Seed oils of Brassicaceae and Tropaeolaceae (40-80% of total fatty acids); seeds of rape, wallflower, mustard and jamba; nastutium; Pringlea antiscorbutica (Kerguelen cabbage); Thlaspi arvense (fenchweed); Argentine avocados; 3 Ximenia spp.
LBF22109SC02 Source=
LBF22111SC01 Source=As the ester in oils of marine animals, especially in liver oils of fish, e.g., Gadus morhua (Atlantic codfish).
LBF22206SC01 Source=
LBF22209PG13 Source=
LBF22209SC01 Source=Fish oils.
LBF222nnPG01 Source=
LBF22308SC01 Source=Reported in liver oil of Carcharodon carcharias (a shark); cattle-suprarenal phosphatides.
LBF22309SC01 Source=Reported in brain and cattle-liver phosphatides.
LBF22403SC01 Source=Liver oil of Carcharodon carcharias (a shark).
LBF22406SC01 Source=Brain and cattle-liver phosphatides.
LBF22408AM01 Source=
LBF22408AM02 Source=
LBF22408AM03 Source=
LBF22408AM04 Source=
LBF22408AM05 Source=
LBF22409SC01 Source=Brain phosphatides.
LBF22503SC01 Source=Marine oils; body oils of teleost fish.
LBF22503SC02 Source=Liver lipids of cattle; herring oil.
LBF22506SC01 Source=Brain phosphatides.
LBF22603SC01 Source=South African pilchard oil; brain phosphatides; liver lipids of cattle. It is found mainly in fish and marine microorganisms and plants. DHA is also an essential component of the brain, eyes, and other nervous system tissues. Tuna eyeballs are one of the major source .
LBF23000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF23000BC02 Source=Fatty acids in the tubercle bacilli.
LBF23000SC01 Source=Peanut oil;olive-leaf wax
LBF23101SC01 Source=
LBF232nnPG01 Source=
LBF232nnPG02 Source=
LBF232nnPG03 Source=
LBF232nnPG04 Source=
LBF24000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF24000HO01 Source=brain lipids
LBF24000SC01 Source=Practically pure in beechwood tar
LBF24109HO01 Source=Brain lipids - first prepared from a cerebroside fraction partially soluble in petroleum benzine.
LBF24109SC01 Source=Liver oil of Centrophorus granulosus (spiny dogfish shark); cerebroside of brain tissue; reported in kernel oils of several Ximenia spp.
LBF24109SC02 Source=
LBF24122BC01 Source=Mixture of acids of the tubercle bacilli known as ""phthioic acid"".
LBF24603SC01 Source=Japanese sardine, fish-liver and whale oils.
LBF25000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF25000SC01 Source=Mycobacterium tuberculosis;synthetic wax
LBF26000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF26000SC01 Source=Plant and insect waxes;synthetic
LBF26109SC01 Source=Reported in the seed oil of Ximenia americana (an Indian shrub).
LBF26117SC01 Source=Reported to be a component of lipids in Spheciospongia vesparia (a sponge)
LBF26206SC01 Source=Fish oils; Spheciospongia vesparia (sponge).
LBF27000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF27000SC01 Source=Synthetic, from 1-hexacosanol
LBF28000BC01 Source=Lipids of tubercle bacilli.
LBF28000SC01 Source=Insect, leaf and montan waxes
LBF28109SC01 Source=Small proportion of South African Ximenia spp.; 4.7-12.2% of seed oils of various Ximenia spp.
LBF29000SC01 Source=Montan wax;bitumen from peat
LBF30000BC01 Source=Wool grease.
LBF30000SC01 Source=Plant and insect waxes(almost exclusively);mineral waxes
LBF30109SC01 Source=Reported to be 3-7% of fatty acids in various African Ximenia oils.
LBF31000SC01 Source=Peat wax and montan wax (?).
LBF32000SC01 Source=Stick-lac wax.
LBF32109SC01 Source=Approx. 1% in seed oils of Ximenia americana and Ximenia caffra.
LBF33000SC01 Source=Ceroplastes ceriferous and C. rubens.
LBF34000SC01 Source=Ghedda wax.
LBF35000SC01 Source=Ceroplasters rubens wax.
LBF36000SC01 Source=Milk and milk products.
LBF37000SC01 Source=
LBF38000SC01 Source=
LBF46000SC01 Source=


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