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catabolite

 [kah-tab´o-līt]
a compound produced in catabolism.

ca·tab·o·lite

(kă-tab'ō-līt),
Any product of catabolism.

catabolite

(kə-tăb′ə-līt′)
n.
A substance produced by the process of catabolism.

ca·tab·o·lite

(kă-tab'ō-līt)
Any product of catabolism.

catabolite

a compound produced in catabolism.
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Thus the archaeal cholesterol catabolites can regulate function of multiple cellular organelle and produce integration of cellular organelle function [2].
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The combined effects of tryptophan starvation and tryptophan catabolites down-regulate T cell receptor zeta-chain and induce a regulatory phenotype in naive T cells.
In addition to Trp shortage, these Trp catabolites were identified as dampening proinflammatory immune responses (7, 10-13).
Kinetics of folate turnover in pregnant women (second trimester) and nonpregnant controls during folic acid supplementation: stable-isotopic labeling of plasma folate, urinary folate and folate catabolites shows subtle effects of pregnancy on turnover of folate pools.
A complex of iron and nucleic acid catabolites is a signal that triggers differentiation in a fresh water protozoan.
It is hypothesized that striga aids in the release of DMBQ and other xenognostic quinones, catabolites of host cell wall peroxidases (Chang and Lynn, 1986).
In contrast to fiddler crabs, hard clams take up DFAAs from solution, while they excrete amino acid catabolites (ammonium and ethanolamine) during a single seawater passage over the gills and through the mantle cavity.