lauric acid (dodecanoic acid)

Also Known As:
dodecanoic acid; lauric acid, ammonium salt; lauric acid, barium and cadmium salt (4:1:1); lauric acid, calcium salt; lauric acid, lithium salt; lauric acid, magnesium salt; lauric acid, nickel(2+) salt; lauric acid, potassium salt; lauric acid, sodium salt; potassium laurate; sodium dodecanoate; sodium laurate
Networked: 94 relevant articles (4 outcomes, 10 trials/studies)

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Bio-Agent Context: Research Results


1. Li, Shengnan: 3 articles (12/2013 - 08/2009)
2. Jin, Lai: 3 articles (12/2013 - 08/2009)
3. Ikegaki, Ichiro: 3 articles (09/2009 - 02/2008)
4. Seto, Minoru: 3 articles (09/2009 - 02/2008)
5. Asano, Toshio: 3 articles (09/2009 - 02/2008)
6. Hammock, Bruce D: 3 articles (06/2009 - 04/2005)
7. King, Michael R: 2 articles (10/2015 - 07/2015)
8. Mitchell, Michael J: 2 articles (10/2015 - 07/2015)
9. Castellanos, Carlos A: 2 articles (10/2015 - 07/2015)
10. Banerjee, Rinti: 2 articles (01/2014 - 04/2007)

Related Diseases

1. Thrombosis (Thrombus)
2. Hemolysis
05/01/1973 - "Effect of metabolic inhibitors on lauric acid-induced hemolysis."
04/01/1990 - "The results are summarized as follows: (A) not only at 37 degrees, but also at 42 degrees and 47 degrees C lauric acid (12:0) represents the minimum chain length for the biphasic behaviour of protecting against hypotonic hemolysis at a certain lower concentration range and hemolysis promotion at subsequent higher concentrations; (B) with increasing temperatures the protecting as well as the hemolytic effects occur at lower concentrations of the fatty acids; (C) the increase of temperature promotes the extent of hemolysis and reduces the extent of protection against hypotonic hemolysis; (D) Gamma-irradiation of erythrocytes selectively affects the concentration of oleic acid at which maximum protection against hypotonic hemolysis occurs, without altering the minimum concentration for 100% hemolysis."
10/06/1988 - "The results are summarized as follows: (A) the fatty acids examined exhibit a high degree of specificity in their thermotropic behavior; (B) oleic acid protects against hypotonic hemolysis even at the highest concentrations, up to 15 degrees C, when it becomes hemolytic, but only in a limited concentration range; (C) elaidic acid does not affect the osmotic stability of erythrocytes up to 20 degrees C, when it starts protecting: above 30 degrees C, it becomes hemolytic at the highest concentrations; (D) palmitoleic acid is an excellent protecting agent at all temperatures in a certain concentration range, becoming hemolytic at higher concentrations; (E) lauric acid protects up to 30 degrees C and becomes hemolytic only above this temperature; (F) myristic acid exhibits an extremely unusual behavior at 30 and 37 degrees C by having alternating concentration ranges of protecting and hemolytic effects; (G) there is a common critical temperature for hemolysis at 30 degrees C for saturated and trans-unsaturated fatty acids; (H) the initial slope of Arrhenius plots of percent hemolysis at the concentration of maximum protection is negative for cis-unsaturated fatty acids and positive for saturated and trans-unsaturated fatty acids."
3. Stroke (Strokes)
4. Enteritis
5. Infection

Related Drugs and Biologics

1. Fatty Acids (Saturated Fatty Acids)
2. Oleic Acid (Oleate)
3. Troleandomycin (TAO)
4. Butyric Acid (Butanoic Acid)
5. Thymol
6. Prostaglandins F (PGF)
7. Volatile Oils (Essential Oils)
8. cinnamic aldehyde (cinnamaldehyde)
9. lauric acid (dodecanoic acid)
10. monolaurin

Related Therapies and Procedures

1. Ligation
2. Heterologous Transplantation (Xenotransplantation)
3. Intra-Arterial Injections
4. Quantum Dots (Quantum Dot)
5. Transplants (Transplant)