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cat·a·bol·ic

(kat'ă-bol'ik),
Relating to or promoting catabolism.

catabolic

cat·a·bol·ic

(kat'ă-bol'ik)
Relating to or promoting catabolism.

Catabolic

A metabolic process in which energy is released through the conversion of complex molecules into simpler ones.
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4) If GA1 is diagnosed prior to the first acute episode, the outcome can be significantly altered by dietary lysine restriction, carnitine supplementation, and most importantly an 'emergency regimen' consisting of the provision of liberal glucose during periods of catabolic stress.
The arginine catabolic mobile element is not associated with enhanced virulence in experimental invasive disease caused by the community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus USA300 genetic background.
The low catabolic diversity indices observed here may thus reflect a microbial population that is highly resistant to stress.
Anti-catabolic cytokines inhibit the activity of the catabolic cytokines.
Catabolic repression in Bacilli fermentations will be reduced due to the partitioning of substrate and product in the two-phase system.
In the present study, we have estimated the serum levels of C3d which is a catabolic fragment of C3 as an increase in C3d level would indicate activation of the complement system (16).
The presence of some other species indicated likely existence of different mechanisms for assimilating PAHs in liquid culture, once bacterial community growing under nutrient limitation they adapt their catabolic enzyme activities in relation to the type of compounds found in the feed media (LAPARA et al.
The interplay between anabolic and catabolic processes, that takes place as a consequence of exercise and recovery, plays a vital role in mediating the physiological adaptations to physical training (Kraemer and Ratamess, 2005).
MSUD is a secondary to an enzyme defect in the catabolic pathway of the branched-chain amino acids leucine, isoleucine, and valine.
We related functional annotations (Gene Ontology, GO) of the proteins that are encoded by the mutated genes to quantitative amounts and found that the GO that relates to 'pyruvate catabolic process' was significant if GOs that related to the type I fimbrium were omitted.
He covers the components and foundations of signaling, quantitative aspects of enzymes and receptors, modules and motifs in transduction, activation and auto-inhibition of protein kinase enzymes, seven-paths receptors and the catabolic response, single pass growth factor receptors, G proteins(I) and monomeric G proteins, G proteins (II) and heterotrimeric G proteins, the insulin receptor and the anabolic response, and mitogens and cell cycle progression.
Experience shows that the more catabolic energy a company has, the less engaged its people tend to be.