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A comprehensive new database from Michigan State University, references the 450 plant fatty acids and will be a valuable data source for those seeking to identify sources of novel fatty acids or novel sources of known fatty acids
The International Society for the Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids (ISSFAL) has released a statement, summarising factors that influence Omega-3 levels in humans.
James Hutton Limited’s annual Fatty Acids and Lipids course took place last week at the James Hutton Institute in Dundee. Nine delegates came from businesses including Friesland Campina, New Holland Extraction, Imperial Oil, BASF, University of Reading and from as far away as TASA in Peru.
The team at Mylnefield Lipid Analysis will be very sorry to lose Senior Analyst, Sheena, when she retires at the end of March, but we wish her all the very best for an exciting future!
Mylnefield Lipid Analysis was delighted to perform a complete analysis of AKGs, including preparation of extracts and Gas Chromatography, for a study entitled, “Biochemical Characterization of Ratfish (Chimaera monstrosa) liver oil; Cytotoxic and antineoplastic evaluation in cancer cell lines.” Mallakin, A (2018). Published in the Journal of Integrative Clinical Medicine today.
Do you know an individual/company/organisation that has made a major contribution to the development of the life sciences sector in Scotland over the last 12 months? If so, nominations are now open for Scotland’s Life Sciences Awards 2019.
Research Article: Encapsulated Fish Oil Products Available in the UK Meet Regulatory Guidelines With Respect to EPA + DHA Contents and Oxidative Status
This recent paper from researchers at the Scottish Institute of Aquaculture has concluded that, at least as far as the UK is concerned, from 23 products tested all were within EP and BP limits in terms of oxidation status. The paper was published in the European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology.
Omega-3 fatty acid content should be expressed by weight, not area percent, says GOED in industry advisory
GOED has released a new industry advisory for how to properly express the content of omega-3 fatty acids EPA, DHA, and other fatty acids in oils.