2-Methylheptadecanoic acid

2-Methylheptadecanoic acid is a lipid of Fatty Acyls (FA) class.

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Kubota K et al. The molecular assembly of the ionic liquid/aliphatic carboxylic acid/aliphatic amine as effective and safety transdermal permeation enhancers. 2016 Eur J Pharm Sci pmid:26965004
Sagisaka M et al. Highly methyl-branched hydrocarbon surfactant as a COâ‚‚-philic solubilizer for water/supercritical COâ‚‚ microemulsion. 2013 J Oleo Sci pmid:23823914
Guillon F et al. A comprehensive overview of grain development in Brachypodium distachyon variety Bd21. 2012 J. Exp. Bot. pmid:22016425
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Leonova S et al. Mobilization of lipid reserves during germination of oat (Avena sativa L.), a cereal rich in endosperm oil. 2010 J. Exp. Bot. pmid:20497973
Pennick G et al. Superior effect of isostearyl isostearate on improvement in stratum corneum water permeability barrier function as examined by the plastic occlusion stress test. 2010 Int J Cosmet Sci pmid:20642769
Ashby RD et al. Methyl-branched poly(hydroxyalkanoate) biosynthesis from 13-methyltetradecanoic acid and mixed isostearic acid isomer substrates. 2009 Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. pmid:19644690
Herczeg M et al. Toward synthesis of the isosteric sulfonate analogues of the AT-III binding domain of heparin. 2009 Org. Lett. pmid:19473011
Ekman A et al. Carbon partitioning between oil and carbohydrates in developing oat (Avena sativa L.) seeds. 2008 J. Exp. Bot. pmid:19036843
Cho Y et al. An inverse relationship between ceramide synthesis and clinical severity in patients with psoriasis. 2004 J. Korean Med. Sci. pmid:15608398