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en·do·bi·ot·ic

(en'dō-bī-ot'ik),
Living as a parasite within the host.

endobiotic

(ĕn′də-bī-ŏt′ĭk)
adj.
Living as a parasite or symbiont within the tissues of a host.

endobiotic

(ĕn″dō-bī-ŏt′ĭk) [″ + bios, life]
Pert. to an organism living parasitically in the host.
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To this end, we evaluated the variation in the total carbohydrate content of sponges as a function of the biomass of endobiotic diatoms; biomass was estimated from chlorophyll-a concentration.
Cytochrome P450 is a large family of hemoproteins that catalyze the metabolism of a large number of xenobiotics and endobiotics (5).
All these constitutive protective systems are sufficient to cope with low levels of xenobiotics or endobiotics.
A second group of chemical sensors comprises nuclear receptors, such as pregnane X, constitutive androstane, peroxisome proliferators-activated, liver-X, and farnesoid-X receptors, recognising a wide variety of xenoand endobiotics [12-14].
The human cytochrome P450 (CYP) enzymes play a major role in the metabolism of endobiotics and numerous xenobiotics including drugs.
The P450 cytochromes are a superfamily of hemeproteins that catalyze the metabolism of a large number of xenobiotics and endobiotics.