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Research Article

Antidepressant-Like Effect of Selected Egyptian Cultivars of Flaxseed Oil on a Rodent Model of Postpartum Depression

Table 1

Results of GC analysis of fatty acid methyl esters of different oil samples of flaxseeds and their percentage of oil yields.

PeakRtComp nameRelative percentage (area%)
S1S2S3S4G9G10

123.71Palmitic acid methyl ester5.986.471.976.166.446.16
224.72Hexadecanoic acid, ethyl ester1.15.56
328.47Stearic methyl ester5.194.951.765.644.654.95
429.07Oleic acid methyl ester (9Z) ω-920.8415.934.7213.7414.7218.54
529.259-Octadecanoic acid methyl ester (9E)1.013.470.97
629.90Ethyl oleate (9Z) ω-91.280.769.381.570.48
730.3610,13-Octadecadienoic acid methyl ester (10E, 13E)11.1912.703.813.4512.9611.87
831.17Linoleic ethyl ester (9Z, 12Z) ω-61.110.9610.521.630.74
932.04α-Linolenic acid methyl ester (9Z, 12Z, 15Z) ω-346.7051.3113.4750.8553.8851.74
1032.69Linolenic acid ethyl ester ω-36.615.9245.356.965.166.74

Oil yield (%)35.842.5033.235.140.7434.8

, retention time in min. S1: Sahka 1, S2: Sakha 2, S3: Sakha 3, S4: Sakha 4, G9: Giza 9, and G10: Giza 10.

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