Definition of Lipins

1. lipin [n] - See also: lipin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lipins

lipidoids
lipidologist
lipidologists
lipidology
lipidolytic
lipidome
lipidomes
lipidomic
lipidomics
lipidoses
lipidosis
lipids
lipids and antilipaemic agents
lipin
lipinic
lipins (current term)
lipless
liplessly
liplessness
liplet
liplets
liplike
lipline
liplines
liplock
liplocks
lipo
lipo-
lipoadenoma
lipoadenomas

Literary usage of Lipins

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1. The Newer Knowledge of Nutrition: The Use of Food for the Preservation of by Elmer Verner McCollum (1922)
"The pigeon was then given the extracted dog biscuit without the addition of either lipins or "vitamin." The result was a rapid loss in weight, ..."

2. Biochemical Bulletin by Columbia University (1912)
"In these lipins we often find galactose-yielding radicals are united to fatty ... INTRACELLULAR lipins Jacob Rosenbloom In this discussion I shall refer to ..."

3. A Laboratory Manual of Organic Chemistry for Medical Students by Matthew Steel (1916)
"CHAPTER XI lipins The Fats. Neutral esters of glycerol and fatty acids. 82. Solubility. Test separately the solubility of lard and cottonseed oil in each of ..."

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