PLFA

(redirected from Phospholipid Fatty Acid)
AcronymDefinition
PLFAPhospholipid Fatty Acid
PLFAPower-Limited Fire Alarm (product)
PLFAPrimary Level Field Activity
PLFAPortable Left Foot Accelerator
PLFAPony Lake Fulvic Acid
PLFAPiecewise-Linear Function Approximation (computational geometry)
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Frostegard A, Baath E (1996) The use of phospholipid fatty acid analysis to estimate bacterial and fungal biomass in soil.
Role of carnitine and carnitine palmitoyl-transferase as integral components of the pathway for membrane phospholipid fatty acid turnover in intact human erythrocytes.
The major component present in lowest proportion, C16:0, comprised about 25% of phospholipid fatty acids in head and abdomen, but made up about 16% in female and 14% in male of thorax.
We analysed the phospholipid fatty acid (PLFA) profile, an index of both microbial biomass and community composition, in association with vegetational and edaphic factors.
Assessment of erythrocyte phospholipid fatty acid composition as a biomarker for dietary MUFA, PUFA or saturated fatty acid intake in a controlled cross-over intervention trial.
Estimation of the n-3 PUFA status in a group of urban Australians by the analysis of plasma phospholipid fatty acids.
based on using phospholipid fatty acid analysis (PLFA) and fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) profiles.
We hypothesized that both ozone and DEP exposure would cause aortic changes consistent with oxidative stress, inflammation, thrombosis, vasoconstriction, and proteolysis involving RAGE, LOX-1, and cardiac membrane phospholipid fatty acid oxidation in healthy rats, and that exposure to ozone plus DEP would lead to additive or synergistic interactions.
Single measurement of serum phospholipid fatty acid as a biomarker of specific fatty acid intake in middle-aged Japanese men.
Lipid and phospholipid fatty acid composition of plasma, red blood cells, and platelets and how they are affected by dietary lipids: a study of normal subjects from Italy, Finland and the USA.
Effect of low intake of omega-3 fatty acids during development on brain phospholipid fatty acid composition and exploratory behavior in rats.