aldaric acid

(redirected from Aldarate)

al·dar·ic ac·id

(al'dar-ik as'id),
One of a group of sugar acids; for example, glucaric acid.
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The thiamine metabolism; glycine, serine and threonine metabolism; sulfur metabolism; cysteine and methionine metabolism; histidine metabolism and ascorbate and aldarate metabolism are top 6 most affected metabolism pathways in the adipose tissue between 18 vs 30 (Fig.
Interestingly, in the "ascorbate and aldarate metabolism" and "inositol phosphate metabolism" pathways, more DEGs (5 and 4, resp.) were upregulated and limited DEGs (1 and 1, resp.) were downregulated.