anabolite


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a·nab·o·lite

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

anabolite

/anab·o·lite/ (ah-nab´o-līt″) any product of anabolism.

anabolite

[ənab′ōlīt]
Etymology: Gk, anaballein, to build up
a product of the process of anabolism.

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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Azidothymidine is an anticancer drug that not only competitively decreases telomerase activity in tumor cells via active anabolite azidothymidine triphosphate (AZTTP) and arrests the tumor cells by favoring apoptosis or inducing senescence (24), (25), but also through decreasing Bc1-2 expression and concentration in tumor cells lowers the resistance of the cells to apoptosis and increases their sensitivity to this drug (26).
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.