anabolite


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a·nab·o·lite

(ă-nab'ō-līt),
Any substance formed as a result of anabolic processes.

anabolite

A near-extinct term for any product of synthesis (anabolism); a biosynthetic product.

a·nab·o·lite

(ă-nab'ŏ-līt)
Any substance formed as a result of anabolic processes.

a·nab·o·lite

(ă-nab'ŏ-līt)
Any substance formed as a result of anabolic processes.
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Kiser, Validation and Application of a Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry Method To Determine the Concentrations of Sofosbuvir Anabolites in Cells, Antimicrob.
Since all anabolites needed for foetal metabolism come from the mother s blood and foetal catabolites are passed back into the mother's circulation through the placenta, the examination of placenta gives a clear idea of what had happened with it, when it was in the mother's womb and what is going to happen with the foetus in future.
Two anabolites of 5FU, 5-fluorouridine and 5-fluoro-2'-deoxyuridine, are thought to be critical for cytotoxicity [50].