biochemical changes

biochemical changes (bī·ō·keˈmik·l chāˑ·ng-gz),

n one of the five components of the subluxation model proposed by Dishman and Lantz.
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This is the first study to show in humans that the simple act of touching, early in life, has deeply-rooted and potentially lifelong consequences on the epigenome - biochemical changes that affect gene expression.
These results indicated that pathogenic field IBDV caused the serum biochemical changes by damaging the liver and kidney tissues with histopathological effect on lymphoid organs of chicken.
When this is found, further tests on urine and blood samples can confirm other biochemical changes, such as low blood potassium and phosphates.
This food science reference reviews the heat transfer mechanisms, mass transfer principles, fluid dynamics, and surface phenomena that take place during each stage of industrial bread-making operations, and describes the biochemical changes occurring within bread during baking and freezing.
But early signs of the disease subtle biochemical changes to the cartilage are invisible to most current clinical imaging techniques, and patients often remain undiagnosed until the damage is irreparable.
In addition, you will learn how to cook these foods the correct way, as many cooking methods actually cause biochemical changes in the food we eat that can negatively affect our brain health, accelerate the aging process, and cause memory decline.
The field of bioelectronics aims to bring about therapeutic biochemical changes in the body - changes that are typically caused by drugs - by stimulating its electrical impulses.
Biochemical changes in many plantpathogen interactions are accompanied by the rapid increase in phenolic compounds and related enzymes, often termed the hypersensitive response (Mondal et al.
According to Maddineni VR, Mirakhur RK, Cooper AR, study on Myalgia and biochemical changes following Suxamethonium after induction of anaesthesia with Thiopentone or Propofol it is concluded that neither the induction agent nor the time between the induction agent and Suxamethonium administration has any significant influence on the incidence of muscle pains or Creatine kinase elevation following Suxamethonium.
Biochemical changes seen in group II were also in accordance with a study.
There were biochemical changes observed in the rodents resulting from renal damage, after the administration of indigenous gold preparations.
The company's initial focus is on preventing secondary brain injury in TBI, a complex process caused by the multiplex biochemical changes which occur upon the primary injury.