protein balance


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protein balance

Equilibrium between protein intake and anabolism, and protein catabolism and elimination of nitrogenous products.
See: nitrogen equilibrium
See also: balance
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Similar protocols in the elderly resulted in augmented rates of protein synthesis accompanied with unchanged rates in muscle protein breakdown which generated a positive protein balance (Volpi et al.
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Adopting a team approach to improved nutrition by introducing rumen protected fat and correcting the protein balance has enabled one Cumbrian dairy producer to lift yield and improve herd fertility and general health.
The exclusive license accelerates the Company's drug discovery efforts to identify Proteostasis Regulators (PRs), small molecule drugs designed to restore protein balance.
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You have to watch out for fat calories more than carbohydrate calories, because the body maintains carbohydrate and protein balance automatically," Flatt explains.
And although polishing off a cheeseburger after a run does much to restore your protein balance, it can also deposit plaque-building cholesterol on your artery walls--even if you're a winning marathon runner.