gluconeogenic


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gluconeogenic

pertaining to gluconeogenesis.
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The authors also suggest that soluble sugars increases could originate from acids via the gluconeogenic pathway.
Also, dietary carbohydrates could depress the increase rate of amino acid metabolism and utilization by gluconeogenic pathways in salmon fish [64].
The role of gluconeogenic precursors and methyl donors in periparturient Holstein dairy cows on milk yield and metabolic profiles.
explore how hydroxyl radical- or metabolic-derived Phe or Tyr derivatives alter the gluconeogenic pathway in nondiabetic septic patients and propose that these species may serve as indicators for insulin-based therapies in these patients.
Thus, the rate of lactate metabolism providing oxidative substrates and gluconeogenic precursors is related to the expression level of MCTs.
The glutamine dipeptide supplement looks good alternative due to higher stability and the presence of gluconeogenic substrate, however, remains without scientific support effective in improving athletic performance, more research is needed to elucidate the ergogenic role of glutamine supplementation.
2014) revealed high liver glucose release in the absence of gluconeogenic substrates, and hence liver glycogenolysis, in these malnourished rats, otherwise it was very low in the control animals.
Effects of oolong tea on gene expression of gluconeogenic enzymes in the mouse liver and in rat hepatoma H4IIE cells.
vannamei fed high and low CBH diets with low and high protein contents at salinities of 15 and 40 showed that a low-CBH diet activates the gluconeogenic pathway, by which shrimp convert protein to glycogen to meet their energy demands (Rosas et al.
The fatty infiltration of the liver as occurs in severe undernutrition causes glycogen and gluconeogenic substrate depletion.
The first couple of chapters discuss assembly and structure, followed by the role of V-ATPases in gluconeogenic enzyme degradation and Npt2a trafficking and regulation by pH and glucose concentrations.