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An investigation into the release of cefuroxime axetil from taste-masked stearic acid microspheres. Part 1: The influence of the dissolution medium on the drug release profile and the physical integrity of the microspheres. Int. J. Pharm. 1999, 190: 183–192. M. & Deutsch, D. An investigation into the release of cefuroxime axetil from taste-masked stearic acid microspheres. III: The use of DSC and HSDSC as means of characterizing the interaction of the microspheres with buffered media. Int. J. Pharm.
Preference for linoleic acid in obesity-prone and obesity-resistant rats is attenuated by the reduction of CD36 on the tongue. Am. J. Physiol. Regul. Integr. Comp. Physiol. 2013, 305: R1346R1355. , Deng, L. K. Common variants in the CD36 gene are associated with oral fat Chemosensory Properties of Stearic Acid           21 perception, fat preferences, and obesity in African Americans. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2012, 20: 1066-1073. , Fujisawa, Y. & Fujino, M.
It is used in amounts up to 3 phr but shows a multifunctional effect [1 5]. By 1920, black-reinforced tread compounds were in general usage and a fast development of the rubber industry begins. Stearic acid starts to function as filler dispersing agent within the rubber and as a softener for filled rubber compounds. Subsequent research on the mechanism of sulfur accelerated vulcanization of non-saturated rubbers shows that stearic acid (along with ZnO) has an important role as an activator of the vulcanization.