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179 184 Benjamin, H., Storkson, J.M., Liu, W. & Pariza, M.W. (1992): The effect of conjugated dienoic derivates of linoleic acid (CLA) on mouse forestomach protein kinase C

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: R.V Salamon, É. Vargáné-Visi, Cs.D. András, Zs. Csapóné Kiss, and J. Csapó

): Production of conjugated linoleic acid by food-grade bacteria: a review . Int. J. Dairy Technol. , 65 , 467 – 481 . B auer , P. , H orlacher , P. & C laus , P. ( 2009 ): Direct isomerization of

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dienoic derivative of linoleic acid. Cancer Res. 51, 6118-6124. Mammary cancer prevention by conjugated dienoic derivative of linoleic acid Cancer Res. 51

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transesterification of fractionated rice bran oil with conjugated linoleic acid: Optimization by response surface methodology . LWT – Food Sci. Technol. , 41 , 764 – 770 . Aloud

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1995 Bauman, D.E., Baumgard, L.H., Corl, B.A. & Griinati, J.M. (1999): Biosynthesis of conjugated linoleic acid in ruminants. -in: Proceedings of the

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vegetable oils. In addition, AMF is the major dietary source of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) in human diet. CLA are positional and geometrical isomers of linoleic fatty acid, with a conjugated double-bond system [ 12 ]. Epidemiological studies have

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. , Gerçek , H. & Yildirim , Z. ( 2017 ): Mikrobiyal ve kimyasal yöntemlerle konjüge linoleik asit üretimi (Conjugated linoleic acid production with microbial and chemical methods), TUBITAK project report, Ankara , Turkey

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: V. Vucic, J. Tepsic, A. Arsic, T. Popovic, J. Debeljak-Martacic, and M. Glibetic

Although fatty acid (FA) composition of vegetable oils used daily markedly influences human health, there are no detailed data on their composition in available on-line food composition data bases, particularly from Central and Eastern Europe. This study focused on determination of the FA composition of eight different vegetable oils, which are commonly used in nutrition, as well as the dietary habits in oil consumption in Serbia. The results showed high contents of n-6 linoleic acid (LA) and total polyunsaturated FA in sunflower and grapeseed oil (62.5 and 70.0%, respectively), while the highest content of oleic acid and total monounsaturated FA was found in canola oil (64.4%) and olive oil (67.0%). Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA, n-3) was found in linseed oil (53.6%) and to a lesser extent in canola oil (7%). The results of the survey showed that processed sunflower oil is the most often consumed oil in Serbia. Therefore there is a high daily intake of LA, which may have unfavourable impact on human health. Considering our similar dietary habits, it could be proposed that the same situation applies to the whole region. However, changes in dietary habits and proper choice of oils could improve overall health in our region.

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., Yuasumoto, K. & Iwami, K. (1996): Antioxidation action of indole compounds during the autoxidation of linoleic acid. J. Jpn. Soc. Fd Nutr. , 19 , 210-214. Antioxidation action of indole compounds during the autoxidation of

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., Jindong, Y., Defa, L., Lidan, Zh., Shiyan, Q. and Jianjun, X. (2005): Conjugated linoleic acid attenuates the production and gene expression of proinflammatory cytokines in weaned pigs challenged with lipopolysaccharide. J. Nutr. 135 , 239

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