Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)

ID311
NameOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)
Synonymscis-9-Octadecenoic acid
StructureThumb
Description
GroupFatty acids
Sub-groupMUFA
Exposure sourceDiet
Use
CAS number112-80-1
PubChem ID445639
ChEBI ID16196
FooDB IDFDB012858
HMDB IDHMDB00207

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
285328552AllControls in a coronary heart disease substudyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Plasma, fasting and non-fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)30618.62.43percentRoot18.6 percentRootCrudeSun 2007
287728792AllControls in a coronary heart disease substudyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Red blood cell, fasting and non-fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)30613.261.17percentRoot13.3 percentRootCrudeSun 2007
315631552AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyAustraliaAUNambour Skin Cancer StudyPlasma, non-fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)43134.5641.47126.97ug/mL134.6 mg/L127.0 mg/LCrudeMcNaughton 2007
337133642MalesParticipants in a case-cohort studyAustraliaAUMCCS (Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study)Plasma, fasting and non-fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)20489.81.6percentRoot9.8 percentRootCrudeHodge 2007
341334062FemalesParticipants in a case-cohort studyAustraliaAUMCCS (Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study)Plasma, fasting and non-fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)23919.51.4percentRoot9.5 percentRootCrudeHodge 2007
421642833Meat high consumers (Meat intake: >285 g/day)Men with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsPlasma, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)189.81.1mg/100 mL98.0 mg/LCrudeMann 2006
423442843Meat moderate consumers (Meat intake: <260 g/day)Men with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsPlasma, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)609.41.4mg/100 mL94.0 mg/LCrudeMann 2006
425242853Ovolacto-vegetariansMen with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsPlasma, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)439.61.2mg/100 mL96.0 mg/LCrudeMann 2006
427042863VegansMen with different diets in Melbourne areaAustraliaAUStudy on diet and thrombotic risk factorcsPlasma, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)189.60.9mg/100 mL96.0 mg/LCrudeMann 2006
436799401Margarine consumersVolunteers from the Dunedin areaNew ZealandNZPlasma, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)657.8121.116percentRoot7.8 percentRootCrudeSkeaff 2006
438399391Butter consumersVolunteers from the Dunedin areaNew ZealandNZPlasma, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)648.9121.334percentRoot8.9 percentRootCrudeSkeaff 2006
450845112AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)20042.822.97percentRoot42.8 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2005
454745502AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRPlasma, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)20020.742.72percentRoot20.7 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2005
458645892AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRWhole blood, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)20018.232.31percentRoot18.2 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2005
532153132Non-Hispanic BlacksBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)Adipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)4938.33.1percentRoot38.3 percentRootCrudeKnutsen 2003
537353652Non-Hispanic WhitesBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)Adipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)7239.72.8percentRoot39.7 percentRootCrudeKnutsen 2003
546654632AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)50344.32.75percentRoot44.3 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2002
563756392AllPregnant womenMexicoMXA study on PUFAs and foetal neurodevelopmentRed blood cell membrane, unspecifiedGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)3517.8371.44214.05421.628percentRoot17.8 percentRootCrudeParra 2002
633963483AllObese patients in a clinic from MurciaSpainESAdipose tissue, periumbilical (subcutaneous)GC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)7648.16.36percentRoot48.1 percentRootCrudeGaraulet 2001
636463733AllObese patients in a clinic from MurciaSpainESAdipose tissue, intraabdominal (perivisceral)GC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)5744.646.41percentRoot44.6 percentRootCrudeGaraulet 2001
638963983AllObese patients in a clinic from MurciaSpainESAdipose tissue, intraabdominal (omental)GC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)2448.177.27percentRoot48.2 percentRootCrudeGaraulet 2001
663066292AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort Iwinter; summerSerum, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)878.86.312.6percentRoot8.8 percentRootCrudeKobayashi 2001
664466432AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort IwinterSerum, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)878.81.58.8percentRoot8.8 percentRoot8.8 percentRootCrudeKobayashi 2001
665866572AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort IsummerSerum, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)878.81.58.5percentRoot8.8 percentRoot8.5 percentRootCrudeKobayashi 2001
7477100421AllMen in Uppsala county participant in a prospective survey on risk factors for ischemic heart diseaseSwedenSESerum (cholesterol esters), unspecifiedGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)6620.642.1215.5825.33percentRoot20.6 percentRootCrudeSmedman 1999
7490100431AllMen in Uppsala county participant in a prospective survey on risk factors for ischemic heart diseaseSwedenSESerum (phospholipids), unspecifiedGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)6612.481.29.2515.23percentRoot12.5 percentRootCrudeSmedman 1999
765076472AllMen from Oerland military flight stationNorwayNOAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)11940.841.543.0percentRoot41.5 percentRootCrudeAndersen 1999
766176582AllMen from Oerland military flight stationNorwayNOSerum, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)13517.819.721.4percentRoot19.7 percentRootCrudeAndersen 1999
771377022AllMen in Uppsala countySwedenSEAdipose tissue (triglycerides), buttocksGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12346.51.9percentRoot46.5 percentRootCrudeJiang 1999
796379582AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Adipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)14040.52.9percentRoot40.5 percentRootCrudeGarland 1998
800880242AllMiddle-aged women in the Trondheim areaNorwayNOParticipants in a cardiovascular screening by SHUS (National Health Screening Service)Serum, non-fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)2349.31.23percentRoot9.3 percentRootCrudeHjartaker 1997
803580512AllMiddle-aged women in the Trondheim areaNorwayNOParticipants in a cardiovascular screening by SHUS (National Health Screening Service)Serum, non-fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)234113.3625.68mg/L113.4 mg/LCrudeHjartaker 1997
856285582MalesMiddle-aged subjectsUnited StatesUSARIC (Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities)Plasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)171216.32.1percentRoot16.3 percentRootCrudeMa 1995
857185672MalesMiddle-aged subjectsUnited StatesUSARIC (Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities)Plasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)17128.61.2percentRoot8.6 percentRootCrudeMa 1995
858085762FemalesMiddle-aged subjectsUnited StatesUSARIC (Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities)Plasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)185815.72.0percentRoot15.7 percentRootCrudeMa 1995
858985852FemalesMiddle-aged subjectsUnited StatesUSARIC (Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities)Plasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)18588.61.2percentRoot8.6 percentRootCrudeMa 1995
866886792All [by gender]Obese subjects with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitusNetherlandsNLProspective study on weight lossbaseline; 1 year; 2 yearsAdipose tissue (triglycerides), abdomenGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)5344.882.31percentRoot44.9 percentRootCrudePopp-Snijders 1995
868686972MalesObese subjects with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitusNetherlandsNLProspective study on weight lossbaseline; 1 year; 2 yearsAdipose tissue (triglycerides), abdomenGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1944.731.83percentRoot44.7 percentRootCrudePopp-Snijders 1995
870487152FemalesObese subjects with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitusNetherlandsNLProspective study on weight lossbaseline; 1 year; 2 yearsAdipose tissue (triglycerides), abdomenGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)3444.972.53percentRoot45.0 percentRootCrudePopp-Snijders 1995
934993482AllControls in a study on diet and breast cancer in Boston areaUnited StatesUSAdipose tissue, buttocksGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)11541.522.6135.7749.9percentRoot41.5 percentRootCrudeLondon 1991
952995332All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12267.0umol/L267000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
953895422All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12240.0umol/L240000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
954795512All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12248.0umol/L248000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
955695602All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1215.65percentRoot15.7 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
956595692All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1216.11percentRoot16.1 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
957495782All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (phospholipids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1215.56percentRoot15.6 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
958395872All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12158.0umol/L158000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
959295962All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12130.0umol/L130000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
960196052All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12131.0umol/L131000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
961096142All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1236.27percentRoot36.3 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
961996232All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1236.14percentRoot36.1 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
962896322All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (free fatty acids), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1236.31percentRoot36.3 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
963796412All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12191.0umol/L191000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
964696502All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12284.0umol/L284000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
965596592All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12246.0umol/L246000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
966496682All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1236.64percentRoot36.6 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
967396772All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1236.16percentRoot36.2 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
968296862All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (triglycerides), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1237.89percentRoot37.9 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
969196952All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12236.0umol/L236000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
970097042All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12257.0umol/L257000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
970997132All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12202.0umol/L202000.0 nmol/LCrudeLopes 1991
971897222All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1220.19percentRoot20.2 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
972797312All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1220.36percentRoot20.4 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
973697402All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSPlasma (cholesterol esters), fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1220.34percentRoot20.3 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
18601186022AllWomenUnited StatesUSNYUWHS (New York University Women's Health Study)baselinePlasma, non-fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)4611.161.6percentRoot11.2 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
290129032AllControls in a coronary heart disease substudyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)30629.213.08percentRoot29.2 percentRootCrudeSun 2007
317131702AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyAustraliaAUNambour Skin Cancer StudyFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)4323.398.3221.01g/day23390.0 mg/day21010.0 mg/dayRegressionEnergyMcNaughton 2007
318631852AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyAustraliaAUNambour Skin Cancer StudyWeighed Dietary record (2-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)4321.666.5622.1g/day21660.0 mg/day22100.0 mg/dayRegressionEnergyMcNaughton 2007
334233352MalesParticipants in a case-cohort studyAustraliaAUMCCS (Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)204829.111.1g/day29100.0 mg/dayCrudeHodge 2007
335733502MalesParticipants in a case-cohort studyAustraliaAUMCCS (Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)204832.73.9percentRoot32.7 percentRootCrudeHodge 2007
338533782FemalesParticipants in a case-cohort studyAustraliaAUMCCS (Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)239123.98.7g/day23900.0 mg/dayCrudeHodge 2007
339933922FemalesParticipants in a case-cohort studyAustraliaAUMCCS (Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)239132.13.9percentRoot32.1 percentRootCrudeHodge 2007
446944722AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)20032.357.02percentRoot32.4 percentRootRegressionEnergy ?Baylin 2005
529352852Non-Hispanic BlacksBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)4922.98.7g/day22900.0 mg/dayCrudeKnutsen 2003
530752992Non-Hispanic BlacksBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)4935.23.4percentRoot35.2 percentRootCrudeKnutsen 2003
534553372Non-Hispanic WhitesBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)7224.68.3g/day24600.0 mg/dayCrudeKnutsen 2003
535953512Non-Hispanic WhitesBlack and white Seventh-day Adventists participant in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSAHS (Adventist Health Study)24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)7235.03.1percentRoot35.0 percentRootCrudeKnutsen 2003
550755042AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)50339.614.63percentRoot39.6 percentRootCrudeBaylin 2002
554855452AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)50328.78.52g/day28700.0 mg/dayRegressionEnergyBaylin 2002
561956183AllPregnant womenMexicoMXA study on PUFAs and foetal neurodevelopmentFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)14617.8957.563.5649.46mg/day17.9 mg/dayCrudeParra 2002
577957662AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCR24-h Dietary recall (1-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12017.08.0g/day16761.3 mg/dayCrudeKabagambe 2001
580557922AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12030.013.0g/day29578.8 mg/dayCrudeKabagambe 2001
583158182AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12032.016.0g/day31550.7 mg/dayCrudeKabagambe 2001
585758442AllControls in a case-control study on diet and heart diseaseCosta RicaCRFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12031.013.0g/day30564.7 mg/dayCrudeKabagambe 2001
640864143AllObese patients in a clinic from MurciaSpainESDietary record (7-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)7652.489.94percentRoot52.5 percentRootCrudeGaraulet 2001
660266012AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort IDietary record (7-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)8717.010.525.1g/day16761.3 mg/dayCrudeKobayashi 2001
661666152AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort IDietary record (7-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)8732.727.837.2percentRoot32.7 percentRootCrudeKobayashi 2001
7629100961AllMen from Oerland military flight stationNorwayNOFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)Yes13520.626.235.0g/day26200.0 mg/dayCrudeAndersen 1999
764076372AllMen from Oerland military flight stationNorwayNOFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)Yes13528.329.531.3percentRoot29.5 percentRootCrudeAndersen 1999
767976702AllMen in Uppsala countySwedenSEWeighed Dietary record (7-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)10325.76.6g/day25700.0 mg/dayCrudeJiang 1999
769676872AllMen in Uppsala countySwedenSE24-h Dietary recall (7-day)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)12324.96.7g/day24900.0 mg/dayCrudeJiang 1999
791379082AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)14022.38.4g/day22300.0 mg/dayCrudeGarland 1998
792479192AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)14036.22.8percentRoot36.2 percentRootCrudeGarland 1998
793579302AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)14021.47.8g/day21400.0 mg/dayCrudeGarland 1998
794679412AllParticipants in a dietary validation studyUnited StatesUSNHS (Nurses' Health Study)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)14036.73.2percentRoot36.7 percentRootCrudeGarland 1998
852785232MalesMiddle-aged subjectsUnited StatesUSARIC (Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)171224.911.1g/day24900.0 mg/dayCrudeMa 1995
853685322MalesMiddle-aged subjectsUnited StatesUSARIC (Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)171235.42.8percentRoot35.4 percentRootCrudeMa 1995
854585412FemalesMiddle-aged subjectsUnited StatesUSARIC (Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)185819.68.6g/day19600.0 mg/dayCrudeMa 1995
855385502FemalesMiddle-aged subjectsUnited StatesUSARIC (Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities)Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)185834.43.0percentRoot34.4 percentRootCrudeMa 1995
936293612AllControls in a study on diet and breast cancer in Boston areaUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1152.831.63g/day2830.0 mg/dayCrudeLondon 1991
937593742AllControls in a study on diet and breast cancer in Boston areaUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1154.771.56percentRoot4.8 percentRootCrudeLondon 1991
947594782All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1221.07.042.0g/day20705.1 mg/dayCrudeLopes 1991
948394821All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1210.05.016.0percentEnergy10.0 percentEnergyDensityEnergyLopes 1991
948594882All [by gender]Subjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)1231.026.036.0percentRoot31.0 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
949394962MalesSubjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)622.010.040.0g/day21691.1 mg/dayCrudeLopes 1991
950195001MalesSubjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)610.05.015.0percentEnergy10.0 percentEnergyDensityEnergyLopes 1991
950395062MalesSubjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)631.027.036.0percentRoot31.0 percentRootCrudeLopes 1991
951195142FemalesSubjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)619.07.042.0g/day18733.2 mg/dayCrudeLopes 1991
951995181FemalesSubjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)611.06.016.0percentEnergy11.0 percentEnergyDensityEnergyLopes 1991
952195242FemalesSubjects working in a nutrition metabolism laboratoryUnited StatesUSFood Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ)Oleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)631.026.036.0percentRoot31.0 percentRootCrudeLopes 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
25818573AllWomenUnited StatesUSNYUWHS (New York University Women's Health Study)baseline; 1 year; 2 yearsPlasma, non-fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)percentRoot460.740.630.85Zeleniuch-Jacquotte 2000
3266630AllMiddle-aged menJapanJPJPHC Study Cohort Iwinter; summerSerum, fastingGC-FIDOleic acid (cis-18:1n-9)8.8percentRoot870.67Kobayashi 2001