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The oxidation of methyl linoleate in organic solution and phosphatidylcholine (PC) in liposomal membranes induced by an azo initiator has often been used as a model for lipid peroxidation in vivo Methyl linoleate may be used as a model compound in oxidation/peroxidation assays to evaluate the anti-peroxidation activity of fullerenes, ellagitannins and other natural products.
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Yasunobu Shimada.; Yrjo Roos.; Marcus Karel. Oxidation of methyl linoleate encapsulated in amorphous lactose-based food model. J. Agric. Food Chem. 1991, 39, (4), 637-641.
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