protein turnover


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pro·tein turn·o·ver

(prō'tēn tŭrn'ō-vĕr)
The continuing breakdown and synthesis of proteins in the body, with recycling of amino acids.
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More importantly, intriguing questions concern ARGONAUTE protein turnover under stress conditions.
17) Additionally, genetic deterioration and reduced protein turnover in the cell add to the accumulation of defective proteins.
Topograph, a software platform for precursor enrichment cor rected global protein turnover measurements.
Conversely, muscle mass is increased by inhibiting protein turnover and promoting myofibrillar protein synthesis.
The F-box protein Fbxo3, and other related proteins, represent ideal targets for treatment of acute lung injury, because it controls the innate immune response, is upstream of important inflammatory signaling pathways, and is more selective than traditional drugs that regulate protein turnover," noted Mark T.
In response to resistance training, an individual experiences muscle activation and damage that stimulates protein turnover (Campbell et al.
Abnormal protein turnover influences glycated protein values.
Influence of the protein digestion rate on protein turnover in young and elderly subjects.
A group of biologists, biochemists, and other scientists from the US and Canada discuss phase behavior of lipid bilayers, as an isolated structure, and cholesterol's role in cell biology; the lateral organization of membranes; the role of membrane lipids in initial membrane protein folding; and membrane protein synthesis, assembly of oligomeric membrane proteins, stability with relationships to function and protein turnover, function using a transport protein, and interactions between membrane proteins and lipids.
These topics are nutrition and the host response to infection and injury, bioactive peptides for nutrition and health, dietary protein requirement, protein turnover and economics within the body, and major processes for muscle gain and loss.

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