and $ave is an alternative to Metabolife International Inc.'s Metabolife 356, which is an herbal dietary supplement that has sold millions of bottles through kiosks at malls nationwide.
In previous experiments, the Massachusetts team stimulated the uranium-converting bacteria at the Rifle site by injecting acetate, which the microbes could metabolize
, into the groundwater.
From individuals' responses to the drugs, the scientists calculated whether factors such as race, weight, and sex are associated with how quickly the body metabolizes
efavirenz, how effectively the drug suppresses replication of HIV in blood, and how likely a person is to quit using the drug during the first 6 months of treatment.
But the process by which mitochondria metabolize
ketones isn't necessarily impaired in the two diseases.
One species, Sulfurospirillum barnesii, can metabolize
no fewer than nine types of atoms or ions other than arsenates, including sulfur, nitrates, nitrites, and selenates.
Many organisms keep consuming the available oxygen at a steady rate until there's so little left that they no longer metabolize
Although the enormous variability in people's responses to drugs cannot be attributed solely to their genotype, scientists believe that by understanding the genetic underpinnings of how people absorb and metabolize
drugs, they will eventually quantify a great deal of that variability and be able to tailor therapies accordingly in order to optimize treatment and avoid adverse effects.
Using magnetic resonance imaging, the researchers found that people slow to metabolize
sugar had smaller hippocampi relative to their head size than the others, the team reports.
These enzymes, which are made in the liver, break down nutrients from food and metabolize
up to half of all drugs now in use.
The animals produce this greenhouse gas because some of their stomach microbes metabolize
carbon dioxide into methane, which the animals vent to the atmosphere.
Once alcohol has entered your bloodstream, your body will begin to metabolize
it at a rate of 20 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) per hour.
In cats, however, there is some question about how well their livers can metabolize