energy metabolism

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metabolic reactions that release or provide energy.
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2015), and it had significant plasticity in energy metabolism and behavior in A.
The authors reported that the energy metabolism of bladder tumor cells did not parallel the "Warburg effect" because even under sufficient oxygen conditions, cancer cells still underwent glycolysis.
Vionica has been tested and proven to provide a boost of essential mineral complexes and two non-essential organic nutrients, increasing aerobic energy metabolism and resulting in better performance in the pool of female runners that have trialed the product.
Authors conducted an electronic search of English articles between 2004 and 2014 in Medline using terms gut microbiota, diabetes, metabolic diseases, energy metabolism, immune system, inflammation, gut permeability, and faecal transplant.
Estrogen is crucial in maintaining the brain's energy metabolism.
Mitochondrial function is the cornerstone of energy metabolism, intracellular signaling, and regulation of cell death and survival.
Meanwhile, the First Response PreNatal & PostNatal Multivitamin Gummy contains nutrients important to pregnant and nursing women, including 800 meg of folic acid and B vitamins for energy metabolism support; one serving is a "good source" of calcium for nursing mothers.
The report by LeBleu and Kalluri described in this article now suggests that cancer cells that acquire the ability to metastasize appear to further co-opt cellular energy metabolism by augmenting mitochondrial respiration through over-expression of a transcription coactivator known as peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma coactivator 1-alpha (PGC-1a).
Roberts, director of the Energy Metabolism Laboratory and professor at the School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts, who also is an adjunct professor of psychiatry.
They cover the sources, production, and microencapsulation of probiotics; sources and production of prebiotics; the analysis of probiotics and prebiotics; their regulation and guidelines; their role in infant and elderly nutrition, animal nutrition, immune system protection, pediatric diarrheal disorders, gastrointestinal diseases, infections, cancer prevention, allergy and asthma, Crohn's disease, genitourinary health, obesity, energy metabolism, and lipid metabolism; their interactions with minerals; the role of gut microbiota; effects on Heliobacter pylori infection; and genomics.
One theory behind the findings is that being overweight in pregnancy may cause changes in appetite control and energy metabolism in the unborn child, leading to a greater risk of heart problems later in life.
Lane and Martin show that bacteria capable of growing on no more than hydrogen and carbon dioxide are remarkably similar in the details of their carbon and energy metabolism to the far-from-equilibrium chemistry occurring in a particular type of deep-sea hydrothermal vent, known as alkaline hydrothermal vents.

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