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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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).
SRI's Metabolite Standards Synthesis Center will begin to fill the gap by creating a library of thousands of metabolites that will be made available to the scientific community.
The delayed processing pilot included 48 samples donated by 12 individuals and evaluated reproducibility of metabolites in EDTA and sodium heparin whole blood samples that were processed and then frozen at less than -130[degrees]C immediately or after a 24- or 48-h delay.
ca), a comprehensive, first-ever public catalog of 4,229 metabolites in human serum.
Center for Epigenetics and Metabolism director Paolo Sassone-Corsi, lead author on the study and one of the world's pre-eminent researchers on circadian rhythms, said the liver metabolites reveal how the body clock - through the main circadian gene, CLOCK - orchestrates the interplay between metabolites and signalling proteins in much the same way a conductor leads a symphony.
In many cases, there are going to be findings of the actual substances, though in some cases there are metabolites or even in some cases, "markers" - things that companies put in that can be traced.
This technique produces rich 'triple-quadrupole-like' fragmentation patterns, including fragments in the low m/z range that are useful for elucidating the structure of metabolites.
As biotransformation pathways are explored, Isentris also informs scientists if there are additional toxic, physicochemical, or biological properties known about the metabolites and their intermediates.
He and his colleagues at Kanazawa University in Japan have now developed a highly sensitive technique for capturing 1-NP metabolites in human urine.
With two locations in the UK and one in the USA, Xceleron is a GLP accredited organization with unique expertise in its field of ultrasensitive analysis of drugs and their metabolites.
By determining the specific binding region of a particular antibody, immunoassays which are capable of distinguishing between the parent molecule, active metabolites, inactive metabolites and other structurally similar immunosuppressant compounds are developed.