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myo-in·o·si·tol

(in-ō'si-tōl),
1,2,3,5/4,6-Inositol; a constituent of various phosphatidylinositols and the most widely distributed form of inositol found in microorganisms, higher plants, and animals. In plants, it is found as phytic acid and as phytin; partially phosphorylated and free forms occur throughout nature and in many tissues.

myo-in·o·si·tol

(mī'ō-in-os'i-tol)
A constituent of various phosphatidylinositols and the most widely distributed form of inositol found in microorganisms, higher plants, and animals.
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The proportion of myoinositol hexakisphosphate was taken as 6/5 times that of the three observable resonances because the C-2 resonance overlapped with that of orthophosphate.
This article will review the evidence for the abilities of myoinositol (MI) and D-ch/ro-inositol (DCI) to improve dysglycemia and related characteristics of metabolic syndrome (MetS), type 2 diabetes (T2D), gestational diabetes, and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) by acting in critical metabolic pathways of insulin resistance (InsR).
Low molecular weight sugars and polyols include glycerol (A), trehalose (B), fructose (C), glucose (D), and myoinositol (E).
Using this strategy, we identified myoinositol oxygenase (Miox) as a renal-specific, abundant gene (Fig.
20) MRS may show normal to increased choline and myoinositol and decreased n-acetyl aspartase.
1996); association with health outcome is dependent on trimester of exposure IUGR: hypertension, diabetes, Putative biomarkers of obesity, cardiovascular metabolic syndrome: disease, respiratory myoinositol, sarcosine, dysfunction, neurological creatine, creatinine (Dessi et disorders (Joss-Moore and Lane al.
Among the other herbal constituents studied, linalool from Thymus vulgaris and myoinositol from Aquilegia vulgaris showed some promise with regard to anticonvulsive activity.
MR spectroscopy did not reveal raised N-acetylaspartate (NAA) or myoinositol peak.
86-88) The metabolic products most commonly studied using magnetic resonance spectroscopy are lactate, N-acetyl-Laspartate, succinate, total creatine, choline, and myoinositol.
There is an accumulation of intracellular sorbitol and fructose, resulting in a reduction in the production of nerve cell myoinositol, required for normal nerve conduction.
Basal medium contained Murashige & Skoog(1962) mineral salts supplemented with vitamins such as 100 mg l-1 myoinositol, & various concentrations of plant growth regulators like 0.