endproduct

end·prod·uct

(end'prod-ŭkt)
In health care, the final state of a manufacturing, therapeutic, or statistical process.
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His energy is infectious, his endproduct improving, and his potential frightening.
BACKGROUND: Advanced glycation endproduct (AGE) formation is thought to contribute to aging and cataract formation in the lens.
At this point, poetry, which is the creative endproduct of the oscillation between these two realms, becomes her sole tool to constitute a real self in the symbolic, since writing "allows one to recover" and "is equal to a resurrection" for an abject figure (Kristeva, Powers 26).
Kawamori, Effect of Metformin on Advanced Glycation Endproduct Formation and Peripheral Nerve Function in Streptozotocin- Induced Diabetic Rats, Europ J.
Simple non-invasive assessment of advanced glycation endproduct accumulation.
It didn't produce any endproduct (although Beevers was booked for upending Agyei after Mr Stockbridge had initially played the advantage) and Bolton rediscovered their attacking mojo on the hour as Burge got down smartly to save Ameobi's deflected shot before Clough won a free-kick off Sterry (also yellow-carded) and curled it against the foot of the post with Burge beaten.
Effect of metformin on advanced glycation endproduct formation and peripheral nerve function in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats," European Journal of Pharmacology, vol.
I'm just the endproduct of a fantastic group of players.
Apart from Ashley Westwood's free-kick, curled wide from 30 yards, again there was not enough endproduct to their possession.
Ly et al provide an excellent review of the use of the above nutraceuticals in pregnancy in mediating the inflammatory, oxidative and advanced glycation endproduct formation.
Butyrateproduction in continuous culture of Clostridium tyrobutyricum: Effect of endproduct inhibition.
The endproduct is them sold back to window manufacturers or plastic injection moulding firms.