Stearic acid (18:0)

ID243
NameStearic acid (18:0)
SynonymsOctadecanoic acid
StructureThumb
Description
GroupFatty acids
Sub-groupSFA
Exposure sourceDiet
Use
CAS number57-11-4
PubChem ID5281
ChEBI ID28842
FooDB IDFDB002941
HMDB IDHMDB00827

Biomarker measurements

Biomarker concentration values

IDParent IDDepthSubject groupPopulationCountryCountry codeCohortTime definitionBiospecimenAnalytical methodBiomarkerBiomarker detailMeasurement sizeDetected (nb)Detected (%)Detected only?Arithmethic meanArithmethic SDGeometric meanGeometric SDMinMin (detected)Percentile_05Percentile_10Percentile_25MedianPercentile_75Percentile_90Percentile_95MaxInterquartile rangeMean 95% CI lowerMean 95% CI upperGMean 95% CI lowerGMean 95% CI upperUnitConverted arithmetic meanConverted geometric meanConverted medianAdjustment typeAdjusted onRegressed onExpressed asPublication
196719812AllNear-term pregnant womenCanadaCARed blood cell membrane (Phosphatidylcholine), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1058.690.74percentRoot8.7 percentRootCrudeFriesen 2010
198419982AllNear-term pregnant womenCanadaCARed blood cell membrane (Ethanolamine phosphoglyceride), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)10516.42.11percentRoot16.4 percentRootCrudeFriesen 2010
285028512AllControls in a coronary heart disease substudyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Plasma, fasting and non-fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)3067.290.78percentRoot7.3 percentRootCrudeSun 2007
287428752AllControls in a coronary heart disease substudyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Red blood cell, fasting and non-fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)30613.141.0percentRoot13.1 percentRootCrudeSun 2007
315431522AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyAustraliaAUNambour Skin Cancer StudyPlasma, non-fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)43201.3546.77196.28ug/mL201.4 mg/L196.3 mg/LCrudeMcNaughton 2007
421342152Meat high consumers (Meat intake: >285 g/day)Men with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsPlasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1813.31.1mg/100 mL133.0 mg/LCrudeMann 2006
423142332Meat moderate consumers (Meat intake: <260 g/day)Men with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsPlasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)6013.10.9mg/100 mL131.0 mg/LCrudeMann 2006
424942512Ovolacto-vegetariansMen with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsPlasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)4313.11.0mg/100 mL131.0 mg/LCrudeMann 2006
426742692VegansMen with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsPlasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1813.21.0mg/100 mL132.0 mg/LCrudeMann 2006
436699401Margarine consumersVolunteers from the Dunedin areaNew ZealandNZPlasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)6513.1141.216percentRoot13.1 percentRootCrudeSkeaff 2006
438299391Butter consumersVolunteers from the Dunedin areaNew ZealandNZPlasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)6412.631.132percentRoot12.6 percentRootCrudeSkeaff 2006
450245052AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)2002.650.92percentRoot2.7 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2005
454145442AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRPlasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)2006.760.74percentRoot6.8 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2005
458045832AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRWhole blood, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)2009.420.92percentRoot9.4 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2005
487248692MalesMiddle-aged dietitiansJapanJPSQFFQ (Japanese Dieticians' Epidemiologic Study)Plasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)150.770.11mmol/L770000.0 nmol/LCrudeKuriki 2003
490649032FemalesMiddle-aged dietitiansJapanJPSQFFQ (Japanese Dieticians' Epidemiologic Study)Plasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)790.830.16mmol/L830000.0 nmol/LCrudeKuriki 2003
493949362MalesMiddle-aged dietitiansJapanJPSQFFQ (Japanese Dieticians' Epidemiologic Study)Plasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)157.430.65percentRoot7.4 percentRootCrudeKuriki 2003
497149682FemalesMiddle-aged dietitiansJapanJPSQFFQ (Japanese Dieticians' Epidemiologic Study)Plasma, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)797.760.57percentRoot7.8 percentRootCrudeKuriki 2003
531853122Non-Hispanic BlacksBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)Adipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)493.81.1percentRoot3.8 percentRootCrudeKnutsen 2003
537053642Non-Hispanic WhitesBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)Adipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)723.01.0percentRoot3.0 percentRootCrudeKnutsen 2003
545954532AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)5032.980.96percentRoot3.0 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2002
5636102351AllPregnant womenMexicoMXA study on PUFAs and foetal neurodevelopmentRed blood cell membrane, unspecifiedGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)3516.17710.4513.93518.389percentRoot16.2 percentRootCrudeParra 2002
5711101621AllFemale university studentsGermanyDEPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)5213.71.5110.8911.6712.3414.014.8415.5416.72percentRoot13.7 percentRoot14.0 percentRootCrudeFremann 2002
5722101631AllFemale university studentsGermanyDEPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)525.611.623.033.774.275.236.58.1110.06percentRoot5.6 percentRoot5.2 percentRootCrudeFremann 2002
632663432AllObese patients in a clinic from MurciaSpainESAdipose tissue, periumbilical (subcutaneous)GC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)763.441.2percentRoot3.4 percentRootCrudeGaraulet 2001
635163682AllObese patients in a clinic from MurciaSpainESAdipose tissue, intraabdominal (perivisceral)GC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)574.331.36percentRoot4.3 percentRootCrudeGaraulet 2001
637663932AllObese patients in a clinic from MurciaSpainESAdipose tissue, intraabdominal (omental)GC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)243.750.89percentRoot3.8 percentRootCrudeGaraulet 2001
662866262AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort Iwinter; summerSerum, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)8715.111.720.8percentRoot15.1 percentRootCrudeKobayashi 2001
664266402AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort IwinterSerum, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)8715.01.715.0percentRoot15.0 percentRoot15.0 percentRootCrudeKobayashi 2001
665666542AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort IsummerSerum, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)8715.22.115.0percentRoot15.2 percentRoot15.0 percentRootCrudeKobayashi 2001
7476100421AllMen in Uppsala county participant in a prospective survey on risk factors for ischemic heart diseaseSwedenSESerum (cholesterol esters), unspecifiedGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)660.970.150.71.35percentRoot1.0 percentRootCrudeSmedman 1999
7489100431AllMen in Uppsala county participant in a prospective survey on risk factors for ischemic heart diseaseSwedenSESerum (phospholipids), unspecifiedGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)6614.031.1711.4117.41percentRoot14.0 percentRootCrudeSmedman 1999
771177012AllMen in Uppsala countySwedenSEAdipose tissue (triglycerides), buttocksGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1233.90.8percentRoot3.9 percentRootCrudeJiang 1999
800380232AllMiddle-aged women in the Trondheim areaNorwayNOParticipants in a cardiovascular screening by SHUS (National Health Screening Service)Serum, non-fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)23413.711.06percentRoot13.7 percentRootCrudeHjartaker 1997
803080502AllMiddle-aged women in the Trondheim areaNorwayNOParticipants in a cardiovascular screening by SHUS (National Health Screening Service)Serum, non-fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)234166.6328.98mg/L166.6 mg/LCrudeHjartaker 1997
866786782All [by gender]Obese subjects with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitusNetherlandsNLProspective study on weight lossbaseline; 1 year; 2 yearsAdipose tissue (triglycerides), abdomenGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)535.11.25percentRoot5.1 percentRootCrudePopp-Snijders 1995
868586962MalesObese subjects with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitusNetherlandsNLProspective study on weight lossbaseline; 1 year; 2 yearsAdipose tissue (triglycerides), abdomenGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)195.220.95percentRoot5.2 percentRootCrudePopp-Snijders 1995
870387142FemalesObese subjects with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitusNetherlandsNLProspective study on weight lossbaseline; 1 year; 2 yearsAdipose tissue (triglycerides), abdomenGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)344.831.32percentRoot4.8 percentRootCrudePopp-Snijders 1995
894590482MalesAdults living in CopenhagenDenmarkDKAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)233.291.17percentRoot3.3 percentRootCrudeTjonneland 1993
897590512FemalesAdults living in CopenhagenDenmarkDKAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)633.391.06percentRoot3.4 percentRootCrudeTjonneland 1993
934793432AllControls in a study on diet and breast cancer in Boston areaUnited StatesUSAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1152.870.841.545.76percentRoot2.9 percentRootCrudeLondon 1991
952895322All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)12261.0umol/L261000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
953795412All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)12232.0umol/L232000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
954695502All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)12261.0umol/L261000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
955595592All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1215.35percentRoot15.4 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
956495682All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1215.2percentRoot15.2 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
957395772All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1216.27percentRoot16.3 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
958295862All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1278.0umol/L78000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
959195952All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1273.0umol/L73000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
960096042All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1273.0umol/L73000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
960996132All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1217.96percentRoot18.0 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
961896222All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1220.34percentRoot20.3 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
962796312All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1220.55percentRoot20.6 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
963696402All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)120.0umol/L0.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
964596492All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)120.0umol/L0.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
965496582All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)120.0umol/L0.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
966396672All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)120.0percentRoot0.0 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
967296762All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)120.0percentRoot0.0 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
968196852All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)120.0percentRoot0.0 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
969096942All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1260.0umol/L60000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
969997032All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1260.0umol/L60000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
970897122All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)1257.0umol/L57000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
971797212All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)125.35percentRoot5.4 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
972697302All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)124.91percentRoot4.9 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
973597392All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)125.95percentRoot6.0 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
18594185982AllWomenUnited StatesUSNYUWHS (New York University Women's Health Study)baselinePlasma, non-fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)4618.352.53percentRoot18.4 percentRootUnspecifiedZeleniuch-Jacquotte 2000

Intake values

IDParent IDDepthSubject groupPopulationCountryCountry codeCohortTime definitionIntake toolIntake food coverageIntake time coverageIntake assessmentCompoundCompound detailSupplement intakes included?Measurement sizeDetected (nb)Detected (%)Detected only?Arithmethic meanArithmethic SDGeometric meanGeometric SDMinMin (detected)Percentile_05Percentile_10Percentile_25MedianPercentile_75Percentile_90Percentile_95MaxInterquartile rangeMean 95% CI lowerMean 95% CI upperGMean 95% CI lowerGMean 95% CI upperUnitConverted arithmetic meanConverted geometric meanConverted medianAdjustment typeAdjusted onRegressed onExpressed asPublication
289828992AllControls in a coronary heart disease substudyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)3067.881.56percentRoot7.9 percentRootCrudeSun 2007
316931672AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyAustraliaAUNambour Skin Cancer StudyFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)437.313.116.62g/day7310.0 mg/day6620.0 mg/dayRegressionEnergyMcNaughton 2007
318431822AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyAustraliaAUNambour Skin Cancer StudyWeighed Dietary record (2-day)Stearic acid (18:0)436.952.297.02g/day6950.0 mg/day7020.0 mg/dayRegressionEnergyMcNaughton 2007
414841492Meat high consumers (Meat intake: >285 g/day)Men with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)1620.228.11g/day20220.0 mg/dayCrudeMann 2006
416441652Meat moderate consumers (Meat intake: <260 g/day)Men with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)539.053.93g/day9050.0 mg/dayCrudeMann 2006
418041812Ovolacto-vegetariansMen with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)407.213.29g/day7210.0 mg/dayCrudeMann 2006
419741982VegansMen with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)173.191.75g/day3190.0 mg/dayCrudeMann 2006
446344662AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)2007.451.38percentRoot7.5 percentRootRegressionEnergy ?Baylin 2005
485548522MalesMiddle-aged dietitiansJapanJPSQFFQ (Japanese Dieticians' Epidemiologic Study)Weighed Dietary record (7-day)Stearic acid (18:0)153524.0749.0mg/day3524.0 mg/dayCrudeKuriki 2003
488948862FemalesMiddle-aged dietitiansJapanJPSQFFQ (Japanese Dieticians' Epidemiologic Study)Weighed Dietary record (7-day)Stearic acid (18:0)793714.01025.0mg/day3714.0 mg/dayCrudeKuriki 2003
492349202MalesMiddle-aged dietitiansJapanJPSQFFQ (Japanese Dieticians' Epidemiologic Study)Weighed Dietary record (7-day)Stearic acid (18:0)157.160.92percentRoot7.2 percentRootCrudeKuriki 2003
495549522FemalesMiddle-aged dietitiansJapanJPSQFFQ (Japanese Dieticians' Epidemiologic Study)Weighed Dietary record (7-day)Stearic acid (18:0)798.01.0percentRoot8.0 percentRootCrudeKuriki 2003
529052842Non-Hispanic BlacksBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Stearic acid (18:0)494.92.2g/day4900.0 mg/dayCrudeKnutsen 2003
530452982Non-Hispanic BlacksBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Stearic acid (18:0)497.51.8percentRoot7.5 percentRootCrudeKnutsen 2003
534253362Non-Hispanic WhitesBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Stearic acid (18:0)725.72.3g/day5700.0 mg/dayCrudeKnutsen 2003
535653502Non-Hispanic WhitesBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Stearic acid (18:0)728.01.3percentRoot8.0 percentRootCrudeKnutsen 2003
550054942AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)5035.531.53percentRoot5.5 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2002
554155352AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)5033.981.41g/day3980.0 mg/dayRegressionEnergyBaylin 2002
5616102361AllPregnant womenMexicoMXA study on PUFAs and foetal neurodevelopmentFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)1466.5762.451.1615.84mg/day6.6 mg/dayCrudeParra 2002
577757652AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCR24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Stearic acid (18:0)1203.91.9g/day3900.0 mg/dayCrudeKabagambe 2001
580357912AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)1206.02.3g/day5915.8 mg/dayCrudeKabagambe 2001
582958172AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)1206.32.9g/day6300.0 mg/dayCrudeKabagambe 2001
585558432AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)1206.12.3g/day6100.0 mg/dayCrudeKabagambe 2001
640164092AllObese patients in a clinic from MurciaSpainESDietary record (7-day)Stearic acid (18:0)766.812.32percentRoot6.8 percentRootCrudeGaraulet 2001
660065982AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort IDietary record (7-day)Stearic acid (18:0)873.62.25.8g/day3600.0 mg/dayCrudeKobayashi 2001
661466122AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort IDietary record (7-day)Stearic acid (18:0)877.05.38.9percentRoot7.0 percentRootCrudeKobayashi 2001
767876692AllMen in Uppsala countySwedenSEWeighed Dietary record (7-day)Stearic acid (18:0)1038.02.3g/day7887.7 mg/dayCrudeJiang 1999
769576862AllMen in Uppsala countySwedenSE24-h Dietary recall (7-day)Stearic acid (18:0)1237.72.3g/day7700.0 mg/dayCrudeJiang 1999
936093562AllControls in a study on diet and breast cancer in Boston areaUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)1155.532.7g/day5530.0 mg/dayCrudeLondon 1991
937393692AllControls in a study on diet and breast cancer in Boston areaUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Stearic acid (18:0)1159.341.21percentRoot9.3 percentRootCrudeLondon 1991

Correlation values

Reproducibility values

IDMst. IDSubject groupPopulationCountryCountry codeCohortTime definitionBiological specimenExperimental methodBiomarkerBiomarker detailArithmetic meanGeometric meanMedianUnitAdjusted onReproducibility sizeICCICC 95% CI lowerICC 95% CI upperCV% WSCV% BSVAR WSVAR BSPublication
25118566AllWomenUnited StatesUSNYUWHS (New York University Women's Health Study)baseline; 1 year; 2 yearsPlasma, non-fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)percentRoot460.150.00.34Zeleniuch-Jacquotte 2000
3246628AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort Iwinter; summerSerum, fastingGC-FIDStearic acid (18:0)15.1percentRoot870.8Kobayashi 2001