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Fatty alcohols (112-92-5, 661-19-8, 629-96-9, & 143-28-2)


159 References Were Found:

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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Dermatitis from cetyl and stearyl alcohols

Author: Gaul, LE (1969) Archives of Dermatology 99:593. HERO ID: 4940069

[Less] A white woman, age 28, was seen for an oozing dermatitis of the flexor aspect of the left arm. The lids . . . [More] A white woman, age 28, was seen for an oozing dermatitis of the flexor aspect of the left arm. The lids were swollen. A faint, blotchy, urticarial-like response spotted the left face and neck. The onset was one week prior to examination. The initiating factor was an irritation on the left forearm where a green canvas being sewn into boy scout tents had rubbed the skin. The weather was hot and sticky.

Three proprietaries had been applied to treat the area, one after the other. Overnight the arm began to weep followed by a near universal and diffuse papular reaction noteable for the lack of itching and erythema. She was admitted to the hospital for study. The healing time was remarkably short. After four days only a dull erythema remained in the antecubital region. She was discharged and resumed work three days later. Handling the green canvas produced a prompt recurrence of a blotchy erythema on the left arm and eyelids.

Two years ago she had been hospitalized for a similar attack. It appeared first on the legs and thighs then spread to the arms and face. A conspicuous feature was the swollen lips. At this time she had been working in a film developing laboratory. Patch test investigations were refused. The involution time was six days, similar to that of the present attack.

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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Tumor-promoting activity of n-alkanes and 1-alkanols

Author: Sice, J (1966) Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 9:70-74. HERO ID: 4944809

[Less] Pure n-alkanes and 1-alkanols promoted papilloma growth in the skin of Swiss mice which had been treated . . . [More] Pure n-alkanes and 1-alkanols promoted papilloma growth in the skin of Swiss mice which had been treated with a noncarcinogenic dose of dimethylbenzanthracene. Decanol, dodecane, and tetradecane were the most potent; hexanol, hexane, and octane were inactive. One-fourth of the papillomas became squamous cell carcinomas. A difference of two carbon atoms separated equipotent alkanes and alkanols. The tumor-promoting effect of these substances was not identical with that of a croton extract studied under similar conditions.

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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

The composition and toxicity of wax in the flesh of castor oil fishes

Authors: Mori, M; Saito, T; Nakanishi, Y; Miyazawa, K; Hashimoto, Y (1966) Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi 32:137. HERO ID: 4943827

[Less] 1. The flesh of Lepidocybium flavobrunneum and Ruvettus Pretiosus has been analyzed, and were both found . . . [More] 1. The flesh of Lepidocybium flavobrunneum and Ruvettus Pretiosus has been analyzed, and were both found to contain approximately 20% of oil consisting primarily of wax.
2. The flesh and acetone-soluble oil of both species produce seborrhea besides diarrhea in rats, and are judged not suitable for food.
3. The acetone-soluble oil has been fractionated into the hydrocarbon, wax, glyceride and polar substance fractions by column and thin-layer chromatography, and alcohol and fatty acid constituents of wax and glyceride fractions analyzed by gas-liquid chromatography.
4. The main constituents present are: cetyl alcohol, oleyl alcohol and oleic acid in wax and oleic and eicosenoic acids in glyceride.
5. Hydroxy oleic acid is not recognized, differing from the observation of Cox and REID on the oil of R. pretiosus.

Technical Report
Technical Report

Octadecan-1-ol: acute toxicity: oral: 003 supporting | experimental result

Author: ECHA (1965) HERO ID: 4962992


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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Further experiments on implantation of materials into the urinary bladder of mice

Authors: Boyland, E; Busby, ER; Dukes, CE; Grover, PL; Manson, D (1964) British Journal of Cancer 18:575-581. HERO ID: 32772


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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Effect of oleyl alcohol on esterification of cholesterol in a pancreatic extract

Author: O'Connell, PW (1961) Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 106:848-851. HERO ID: 4929648


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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Studies in contact dermatitis. XII. Sensitivity to oleyl alcohol

Authors: Calnan, CD; Sarkany, I (1960) Transactions of the St. Johns Hospital Dermatological Society 44:47-50. HERO ID: 4929649


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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

[Studies on the nutritive value of lipids - X. Seborrhea forming activity of esters of fatty acids with higher alcohols upon the rats. ]

Authors: Kaneda, T; Sakurai, H (1953) Nippon Suisan Gakkaishi 19:1168. HERO ID: 4944059

[Less] According to the result from experiments on sperm whale oil, the esters of fatty acids with oleyl-, . . . [More] According to the result from experiments on sperm whale oil, the esters of fatty acids with oleyl-, and cetyl alcohol, conducted by Somekawa(2), sperm whale oil and oleyl oleate had seborrhea producing activity upon the rats, but cetyl oleate, oleyl palminate, and hydrogenated sperm whale oil (iodine value 1.22) had no property producing seborrhea.
However, we assumed that higher alcohols which had ester formed with fatty acids, would always become seborrhea-effective on the rats. With this view in mind, we prepared some higher alcohols and their esters with fatty acids in order to reexamine the seborrhea-forming property of these matters to the rats.
The results obtained were as follows:
(1) As it had been already shown by Somekawa, synthetic oleyl oleate showed the seborrhea forming activity to the rats (Table 3).
(2) Moreover, just as we had expected, oleyl stearate, cetyl oleate, octadecyl oleate, and partially reduced products of oleyl oleate, indicated the seborrhea forming activity upon the rats.
(3) After the feeding experiments with oleyl oleate, and oleic acid's ester of partially reduced products of oleyl alcohol (the mixture of oleyl-, and octadecyl alcohol), the rats were put to death to analysis the properties of their body fats.
It can be seen in Table 5 that viscera and meat oil of the administered rats were lower in the saponification value than those of normal rats and contained large amounts of unsaponifiable matter.

Journal Article
Journal Article

Oleyl alcohol

Author: Green, MW (1946) Bulletin of the National Formulary Committee 14:101. HERO ID: 4929636