myo-inositol


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myo-in·o·si·tol

(in-ō'si-tōl),
1,2,3,5/4,6-Inositol; a constituent of various phosphatidylinositols and the most widely distributed form of inositol found in microorganisms, higher plants, and animals. In plants, it is found as phytic acid and as phytin; partially phosphorylated and free forms occur throughout nature and in many tissues.
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myo-in·o·si·tol

(mī'ō-in-os'i-tol)
A constituent of various phosphatidylinositols and the most widely distributed form of inositol found in microorganisms, higher plants, and animals.
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Transport of myo-inositol from the extracellular medium into the cells is the main mechanism involved in the maintenance of the high intracellular levels of myo-inositol.
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Our MRS data showed reduced N-acetylaspartate (NAA) (pless than 0.05) glutamate/glutamine (Glx) (pless than 0.05) and elevated myo-inositol (mI) (pless than 0.05) in the bilateral thalamus during HDT, and all metabolites approached their baseline levels by the fourth scan.
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Figure 2 (A) demonstrates on MR spectroscopy elevated choline peak (arrow) indicating myelin breakdown products, lactate doublet (arrowhead) and myo-inositol peak (asterisk) which can be seen in demyelinating disorders such as ADEM; Axial FLAIR images during relapses at four months (B) and two years (C) after the initial diagnosis of ADEM showing new demyelinating lesions during each relapse.