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Source: Biotechnology Glossary
 
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Revision as of 14:49, 10 October 2019

A form of unsaturated fatty acid that is straight (rather than bent, i.e cis) at the double bond; not abundant in natural edible oils but occurring in ruminant fats and formed during some manufacturing processes.

Source: Biotechnology Glossary




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