metabolites


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Metabolites

Substances produced by metabolism or by a metabolic process.
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metabolites

products of metabolism, especially products of catabolism
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Matt and his team performed metabolomics analysis to find out how the key metabolites within a stem cell are used up during the differentiation process.
Although the study provides intriguing examples of deregulated metabolites that helped identify putatively damaging mutations, the links between said genes and metabolites remain correlative at this time.
Because DEHP metabolites (MECPP, MEHHP, MEHP, MEOHP) represent exposure from the same sources and are highly correlated (Wolff et al.
The researchers determined the antibacterial activity of the mushroom metabolites by testing the MICs of a 50% log reduction (MIC 50) of the mushrooms and the secondary metabolites against four foodborne pathogens.
Exposure to pyrethroid insecticides was estimated by measuring levels of five metabolites (3-PBA, 4-F-3-PBA, cis-DCCA, trans-DCCA and cis-DBCA) in urine from the mother (collected between the 6th and 19th weeks of pregnancy) and from the child (collected on his/her 6th birthday).
Metabolites of some species of Drechslera have also been reported to have herbicidal effects (Evidente et al.
Although there were many reports related to the metabolites of emodin, no information regarding the conversion product of emodin by intestinal microflora is available.
ca), a comprehensive, first-ever public catalog of 4,229 metabolites in human serum.
Approximately 60 percent of these metabolites were found to be dependent on the endogenous circadian clock - many more than expected, as only about 15 percent of the body's genes are regulated by it.
The positive test was caused by one of the metabolites of the banned substances showing up in the sample in sufficient quantity.
However, more rigorous studies can be carried out to uncover unexpected and trace level metabolites by automating some of the labor intensive interpretation tasks.
Algorithms based on common laboratory values outperformed exensive metabolite testing in determining which patients with inflammatory bowel disease are likely to respond to thiopurine therapy, Dr.