Conjugated Linoleic Acids and Conjugated Vegetable Oils
Synthesis of Conjugated Linoleic Acid in Ruminants and Humans
Recent Advances in the Production of CLA and Conjugated Vegetable Oils: Microbial and Enzymatic Production of Conjugated Fatty Acids and Related Fatty Acids in Biohydrogenation Metabolism
Recent Advances in the Production of CLA and Conjugated Vegetable Oils: Production of CLA and Conjugated Vegetable Oils
via Metal Catalysis
Analysis of Conjugated and Other Fatty Acids
- Print publication date
- 30 Jul 2014
- Copyright year
- Print ISBN
- PDF eISBN
- ePub eISBN
About this book
Conjugated linoleic acids (CLA) isomers of linoleic acid – a compound derived from meat and dairy products. Attention was first drawn to their potential anti-carcinogen properties in the 1980’s; since then further health benefits have been reported, and applications in the glue and paint industries as a renewable resource have been explored.
This comprehensive book presents an overview of the background and research into CLA and examines each of their applications in the context of the chemistry surrounding them and CLA-enriched oils. The biosynthesis of CLA is presented, with a discussion on how animal husbandry could promote CLA production. Other chapters examine the current strategies for their synthesis using bespoke catalysts and enzymes. Readers from academia and industry will find the layout of the book highly accessible, with sections for each application.
The editors are both active researchers in the field, and have brought together a wealth of expertise from across the globe, presenting a comprehensive guide to this valuable group of compounds and their potential applications.