hyperaminoacidemia


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hyperaminoacidemia

(hī″pĕr-ăm″ĭ-nō-ăs″ĭ-dē′mē-ă)
An abnormal concentration of amino acids in the blood.
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Wolfe, "The response of muscle protein anabolism to combined hyperaminoacidemia and glucose-induced hyperinsulinemia is impaired in the elderly," Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol.
Casein, in contrast, is a 'slow' protein, inducing a prolonged plateau of moderate hyperaminoacidemia.
The response of muscle protein anabolism to combined hyperaminoacidemia and glucoseinduced hyperinsulinemia is impaired in the elderly.
In the presence of hyperaminoacidemia, insulin appears to promote protein synthesis by aiding the amino acids' entry into cells and through tangential signaling resulting from the PI3K pathway.
It can lead to hyperammonemia and hyperaminoacidemia with nausea, diarrhoea and even death (Cordain et al 2002a:46).
2006) Hyperinsulinaemia, hyperaminoacidemia and post-exercise muscle anabolism: The search for the optimal recovery drink.