Isolation and identification of methylcitrate, a major metabolic product
of propionate in patients with propionic academia.
Although it is the primary site for detoxification of alcohol, the liver can be damaged by alcohol and its metabolic products
Rhein is the metabolic product
of senna and cascara, and its presence in urine indicates ingestion of one of these drugs.
ETS exposure was estimated by measuring serum levels of cotinine, a metabolic product
Gerald linked darker color to higher concentrations of a metabolic product
of serotonin, a brain chemical suspected of influencing dominance.
Estradiol is a form of estrogen and it is produced as an active metabolic product
of testosterone in males.
Homocysteine is a metabolic product
of methionine, which is plentiful in meat and dairy products.
The cells excrete DMS as a normal metabolic product
, but the compound also enters seawater when plankton are eaten or die.
In the case of disease diagnosis, the production of an unusual metabolic product
is a feature of disease, but in early stages, the concentration of this product is very low.
Deficiencies in these neurotransmitters have been implicated in hyperactivity, and a recent study suggested that hyperactive children may excrete less phenylethylamine, a metabolic product
new product introductions, including both the new cardiopulmonary diagnostic system for the hospital market - Angeion's first major technology advancement of this product family in 10 years - and the new resting metabolic product
for the weight loss and corporate market from New Leaf, both mentioned above;
new product introductions, including MedGraphics' much-anticipated new cardiopulmonary diagnostic system for the hospital market, and the new resting metabolic product
for the weight loss and corporate market from New Leaf