trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)

ID306
Nametrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)
Synonymstrans-Octadecenoic acid; 18:1t
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GroupFatty acids
Sub-groupMUFA
Exposure sourceDiet
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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
286628702AllControls in a coronary heart disease substudyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Plasma, fasting and non-fastingGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)3061.10.51percentRoot1.1 percentRootCrudeSun 2007
289028942AllControls in a coronary heart disease substudyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Red blood cell, fasting and non-fastingGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)3061.160.35percentRoot1.2 percentRootCrudeSun 2007
439844002Margarine consumersVolunteers from the Dunedin areaNew ZealandNZPlasma, fastingGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)10E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-8)
12E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-6)
6-9E-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1n-9-12)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
651.240.344percentRoot1.2 percentRootCrudeSkeaff 2006
440644082Butter consumersVolunteers from the Dunedin areaNew ZealandNZPlasma, fastingGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)10E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-8)
12E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-6)
6-9E-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1n-9-12)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
640.9180.13percentRoot0.9 percentRootCrudeSkeaff 2006
453045352AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Petroselaidic acid (trans-18:1n-12)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
2001.410.46percentRoot1.4 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2005
456945742AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRPlasma, fastingGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Petroselaidic acid (trans-18:1n-12)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
2000.70.28percentRoot0.7 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2005
460846132AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRWhole blood, fastingGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Petroselaidic acid (trans-18:1n-12)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
2000.750.29percentRoot0.8 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2005
549054842AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Petroselaidic acid (trans-18:1n-12)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
5032.240.8percentRoot2.2 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2002
732973282MalesAdults in SeattleUnited StatesUSAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)10E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-8)
12E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-6)
6-8E-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1n-10-12)
Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
243.51.081.165.7percentRoot3.5 percentRootCrudeLemaitre 1998
733373322FemalesAdults in SeattleUnited StatesUSAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)10E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-8)
12E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-6)
6-8E-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1n-10-12)
Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
273.090.951.925.67percentRoot3.1 percentRootCrudeLemaitre 1998
771277022AllMen in Uppsala countySwedenSEAdipose tissue (triglycerides), buttocksGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)1232.20.5percentRoot2.2 percentRootCrudeJiang 1999
796579642AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Adipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)1403.91.1percentRoot3.9 percentRootCrudeGarland 1998
1012893503AllControls in a study on diet and breast cancer in Boston areaUnited StatesUSAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDtrans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)1152.860.821.336.1percentRoot2.9 percentRootCrudeLondon 1991

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
291429182AllControls in a coronary heart disease substudyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)3063.711.27percentRoot3.7 percentRootCrudeSun 2007
449144962AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Petroselaidic acid (trans-18:1n-12)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
2002.180.82percentRoot2.2 percentRootRegressionEnergy ?Baylin 2005
553155252AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Petroselaidic acid (trans-18:1n-12)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
5032.941.43percentRoot2.9 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2002
556855622AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Petroselaidic acid (trans-18:1n-12)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
5032.471.23g/day2470.0 mg/dayRegressionEnergyBaylin 2002
732173201MalesAdults in SeattleUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)10E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-8)
12E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-6)
6-8E-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1n-10-12)
Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
242.240.60.67.8g/day2240.0 mg/dayCrudeLemaitre 1998
732573241FemalesAdults in SeattleUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)10E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-8)
12E-Octadecenoic acid (trans-18:1n-6)
6-8E-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1n-10-12)
Elaidic acid (trans-18:1n-9)
Vaccenic acid (trans-18:1n-7)
271.780.780.220.6g/day1780.0 mg/dayCrudeLemaitre 1998
791579142AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)1402.21.1g/day2200.0 mg/dayCrudeGarland 1998
792679252AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)1403.71.3percentRoot3.7 percentRootCrudeGarland 1998
793779362AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)1402.31.2g/day2300.0 mg/dayCrudeGarland 1998
794879472AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)trans-Octadecenoic acids (trans-18:1)1403.81.4percentRoot3.8 percentRootCrudeGarland 1998

Correlation values

Reproducibility values

No data available