Byrne is part of a team now looking at the use of a high concentration of highly purified omega-3 fatty acid ethyl esters in the treatment of NAFLD.
What does FAEE stand for?
FAEE stands for Fatty Acid Ethyl Ester
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- Forensic Analysis and Engineering Corp. (Raleigh, NC)
- Fraud, Audit and Evaluation Committee (Australia)
- French Atomic Energy Commission
- Facility for Automated Experiments in Cell Biology
- Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians
- Fédération des Associations Étudiantes du Campus de l'Université de Montréal
- Fichier Automatisé des Empreintes Digitales (French: Automated Fingerprint Identification System)
- Fayetteville Area Economic Development Corporation (North Carolina)
- Freeport Area Economic Development Foundation (Illinois)
- Florida Association of Education Data Systems
- Fédération des Associations Européennes d'Ecrivains (French: European Federation of Associations of Writers; Belgium)
- Formation Antilles, École d'Esthétique et de Coiffure (French: Training Caribbean, School of Esthetics and Hair)
- FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Aircraft Engine Emissions Database
- Fatty-Acyl-Ethyl-Ester Synthase
- Femmes Actives et Foyer (French: Active Women and Home)
- Fonds d'Allocation des Élus en Fin de Mandat (French: End of Term Election Fund Allocation)
- Egnep (airport code; South Africa)
- Federation of Aerospace Enterprise in Ireland
- Fine Arts Expert Institute (Switzerland)
- Final Amended Environmental Impact Statement
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fatty acid ethyl esters (FAEEs) are nonoxidative metabolites that are formed when alcohol conjugates to endogenous free fatty acids and fatty acyl-CoA (Laposata 1998).
These tested for fatty acid ethyl esters (FAEEs) in a six-centimetre segment of hair and reported that the results indicated that she had abstained from alcohol, or virtually abstained from alcohol, for six months before testing.
Looking at the combined levels of four fatty acid ethyl esters (FAEEs) in hair provides an even longer-term measure of alcohol consumption.
Gubitosi-Klug, also of Washington University School of Medicine, provide evidence that certain ethanol breakdown products, known as fatty acid ethyl esters, are likely to be the direct agents of intoxication.
Our results show that fatty acid ethyl esters are present in high concentrations and are synthesized in high rates in human organs frequently damaged by alcohol," says Lange.
Recent work from investigators in Berlin determined that fatty acid ethyl esters can also be measured in the hair of the parents.
Comparison of ethyl glucuronide and fatty acid ethyl ester concentrations in hair of alcoholics, social drinkers and teetotalers.