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  • Lipids are broadly defined as any fat-soluble (lipophilic), naturally-occurring molecule, such as fats, oils, waxes, cholesterol, sterols, fat- soluble vitamins (such as vitamins A, D, E and K), monoglycerides, diglycerides, phospholipids, and others.
  • Lipids also encompass molecules such as fatty acids and their derivatives, as well as other sterol-containing metabolites such as cholesterol.
  • Lipids may be broadly defined as hydrophobic or amphiphilic small molecules that originate entirely or in part from two distinct types of biochemical subunits or "building blocks": ketoacyl and isoprene groups.
  • Lipids are defined by their solubility. They are molecules that are insoluble in polar solvents (such as water), but will dissolve in non-polar solvents.
  • Each type of lipid has a slightly different structure, but they all possess a large number of C - H bonds which makes them a primarily non-polar group of molecules.
  • Lipids contain a lot of calories in a small space. Since Lipids are generally insoluble in polar substances such as water, they are stored in special ways in body's cells. Lipids can also function as structural components in the cell.
  • The main biological functions of lipids include energy storage, acting as structural comsponents of cell membranes, and participating as important signaling molecules.
  • Lipids are a diverse group of compounds that have many key biological functions, such as acting as structural components of cell membranes, serving as energy storage sources and participating in signaling pathways.
  • Lipids play diverse and important roles in nutrition and health.
  • Lipids are also used as hormones that play roles in regulating our Physiology (metabolism). Most lipids are composed of some sort of fatty acid arrangement. The fatty acids are composed of methylene (or Methyl) groups, and are not water soluble.
  • The major concern for lipid technology is to develop new lipid products and new processes. The research on lipid processing has primarily been focused on lipid modification, especially using enzyme technology.
  • Lipid product development includes structured lipids, cocoa butter equivalents, human milkfat substitutes, margarine fats, diacylglycerols, monoacylglycerols, fish oil products, dairy lipids, conjugated linoleic acid, structured phospholipids, lipid-based antioxidants, etc.
  • In recent years, evidence has emerged showing that lipid signaling is a vital part of the cell signaling. Lipid signaling may occur via activation of GPCR's or nuclear receptors, and members of several different lipid categories have been identified as signaling molecules and cellular messengers
  • The lipid management market is the single largest pharmaceutical segment and continues to grow at double-digit rates.
  • Korean ingredient supplier is to market a novel lipid developed by Israeli firm Enzymotec to dairy and infant formula makers.
  • Netherlands-based Lipid Nutrition has introduced a 95 per cent concentration of its Clarinol brand conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), said to be the highest form of CLA available to the nutraceutical market.
General and Types
  • About Lipids
  • Lipids Information
  • Lipids
  • Structure of Fatty Acids
  • Organic chemistry II- Lipids
  • Four main Classes of Lipids
  • Types of Lipids
  • Lipids and Membrane


  • Lipid Production by Dunaliella Salina in Batch Culture
  • Production of Microbial Lipids from Beet Molasses
  • Total Lipids and Fatty acids of strains of Metarhizium anisopliae
  • Oxygen transfer rate and Sophorose lipids Production by Candida Bombicola
  • Pilot process optimization for the production of structured lipids
  • Lipid Production from Acid Hydrolysate of Lignocellulosic Biomass Using Rhodotorula Glutinis
  • Utilization of rice bran by Pythium irregulare for Lipid Production


  • Functions for lipids
  • Glucose tolerance and lipid profile in survivors of myocardial infarction
  • Lecture notes on the functions of Lipids
  • Lipid Metabolism in Rats Fed Diets Containing Different Types of Lipids
  • Functions of Lipids
  • Role of lipid type on morphine-stimulated diet selection in rats
  • Roles of Lipids
  • The Structure and Function of Lipids

Company Profile

  • Company in Alabaster
  • Company in Canada
  • Company in USA
  • Company in Sydney
  • Another Company in USA
  • Company in Japan


  • Consultant in Illinois
  • Consultant in New Jersey
  • Consultant in California
  • Expert in Lipases, Biointerfaces, Instrumentation, Interaction of Drugs and Proteins with Lipids, Monolayers
  • Consultant in Germany


  • Cationic Lipids
  • Methods of Delivery using Cationic lipids and Helper lipids
  • Lipid-dependent Diagnostic Assays
  • Process for Extracting lipids with a high production of long-chain highly unsaturated fatty acids
  • Methods and Compositions that Control lipid Production
  • Lipid particle forming matrix, Preparation and use thereof
  • Process for detecting oxidized lipids and process for forming oxidized lipids
  • Soya extract Containing Lipids, Process for its Production and Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Composition


  • Lipids Suppliers
  • Lipid Selling Leads
  • Suppliers of Lipids
  • Immobilised Lipids
  • Lipid Technology
  • Supercritical Fluid Chromatography and Lipids
  • Organ Specific Lipid Imaging and Quantification with WETSEM™ Technology

Product and Applications

  • Lipid A, monophosphoryl from Salmonella enterica serotype minnesota Re 595
  • Nanostructured Lipid Carriers: A Novel Generation of Solid Lipid Drug Carriers
  • Omega Plus
  • Jet Fuel from Microalgal Lipids
  • Lipophilic substances – oils and lipids in cosmetic products
  • The Lipid Accumulation Product Is Better Than BMI for Identifying Diabetes


  • Age Diagnostic Biomarkers of Diatoms: A Combined Lipid and Ribosomal RNA analysis Approach
  • Regulation of lipid trafficking in Leishmania and significance for infectivity and resistance
  • Role of Membrane Lipids on the Response of Tumoral Cells to Cytostatic Treatment(Liptum)
  • Biocatalytic Functionalization of Plant Lipids
  • Identification of dietary response genes controlling plasma lipid levels in mice and humans: analysis of the response of plasma lipids to cafestol as a model system
  • Modulation of Lipid Molecules


  • Lipid Nutrition launches 95 per cent CLA
  • Oil for Food : The Global Story of Edible Lipids
  • Infant formula lipid for Korean market
  • Abbott to Expand Presence in Lipid Management Market with Acquisition of Kos Pharmaceuticals
  • Trends in prescribing and utilization of statins and other
    lipid lowering drugs across Europe
  • Croda expands nutritional lipid production ate Leek, UK


  • Cellular and extracellular carbohydrates and lipids from marine bacteria during growth on soluble substrates and hydrocarbons
  • Effects of Omega-3 Fatty Acids on Lipids and Glycemic Control in Type II Diabetes
  • DSM invests in LTP lipid technology development
  • Phosphoinositide 3-kinase lipid products regulate ATP-dependent transport by sister of P-glycoprotein and multidrug resistance associated protein 2 in bile canalicular membrane vesicles
  • Lipid Profile of Helicobacter spp.: Presence of Cholesteryl Glucoside as a Characteristic Feature
  • Lipid Profile in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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