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the bottom up solution to the triacylglycerol lipidome

The Bottom Up Solution to the Triacylglycerol Lipidome is a new mathematical construct.   It was discovered by Dr. Byrdwell through the application of mass spectrometry to analysis of fats and oils (triacylglycerols, also called triglycerides).

The Bottom Up Solution to the Triacylglycerol Lipidome shows the three-level deep nested equations required to calculate the ion abundances for a Type III TAG.  Of course solutions for Type I and Type II TAG are also obtained, but the Type III TAG show the elegant pattern behind the equations most effectively.

After the Bottom Up Solution to the Triacylglycerol Lipidome  was found, it led to discovery of The Unit Simulacrum.

The  Shape of the Triacylglycerol Lipidome

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  The Bottom Up Solution to the Triacylglycerol Lipidome is a new mathematical construct.  

  It was developed by Dr. Byrdwell to aid in the application of mass spectrometry to analysis of fats and oils, which are composed of triacylglycerols, which are also called triglycerides.

  The Bottom Up Solution to the Triacylglycerol Lipidome shows the three-level deep nested equations that allow someone to calculate the ion abundances in a mass spectrum of a TAG from the same Critical Ratios that provide structural information about where the fatty acids (FAs) are located on the glycerol backbone of the triacylglycerol. 

  An oil is made of a complex mixture of TAGs made of fatty acids (FAs).  These FA are the saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. A TAG contains three fatty acids, also called acyl chains, on a three-carbon glycerol backbone to make a triacylglycerol, TAG, as seen at the website www.Triacylglycerols.com. The nature of the fatty acyl chain, whether saturated, unsaturated, or polyunsaturated, determines its benefit to the body. Long chain polyunsaturated fats are desirable, such as fish oils, as long as they have not been overcooked, such that they formed oxidation products. 

  Natural plant and animal sources of fats and oils are produced biologically with certain types of fatty acyl chains in certain positions on the glycerol backbone. Different plants make oils with different fatty acid (FA) compositions.  Palm trees produce palm seed oil and palm kernel oil composed mostly of the 16-carbon saturated fat, palmitic acid. 

  The Bottom Up Solution showed how to construct Critical Ratios to determine the percentage of each fat on the backbone of the TAG, and to determine whether it is beneficial (saturated/polyunsaturated) and are located in the glycerol position that is beneficial, by being easiest for the gut to digest.  The BUS showed the Critical Ratio that could be used to give a measure of the amount of saturated versus unsaturated TAG, and to see where they were located on the glycerol backbone.

After the Bottom Up Solution to the Triacylglycerol Lipidome  was found, it led to discovery of

The Unit Simulacrum.

 

The Unit Simulacrum was then applied to mass spectrometry, and the term-wise simulacrum solution and the nested simulacrum solution to the triacylglycerol lipidome were obtained.  The Unit Simulacrum has now been applied to other mathematical systems in addition to mass spectrometry of triacylglycerols, and provides new insights into some long-standing questions.  Among other things, the Unit Simulacrum provides a solution to the Fibonacci Series, as well as providing new insight into the nature of PI.

The Bottom Up Solution, The Unit Simulacrum, the solution to the Fibonacci Series, and many new equations and the meaning that come from them are presented in the new book by Byrdwell Publishing Co. entitled:

Mending the Sacred Hoop

The Meaning of Whole PI

Is NOW available ONLINE at :

www.MendingTheSacredHoop.com