Pentadecenoic acid, 15:1, is a monounsaturated uncommon fatty acid. Even though it is one of the most common odd-chain fatty acids, it is rare in nature.
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Odd-Chain Fatty Acid
Pentadecenoic acid is an odd-chain fatty acid. (source 🗗) Odd-chain fatty acids are those fatty acids that contain an odd number of carbon atoms.
Where To Find Pentadecenoic Acid
Pentadecenoic acid is found naturally in animal fat. It’s also found in the milk fat from cows, so the butterfat in cow's milk is our major dietary source of pentadecenoic acid. (source)
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