resynthesis


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resynthesis

the production of a substance that has previously been broken down.
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This measure has its limitations when used to determine EE during resistance training (RT), especially since the exercise modality does not rely solely on aerobic metabolism for ATP resynthesis.
Another not less important role of Cr in the ATP resynthesis is its participation in the biochemical process responsible for the ATP output and ADP input in the electron transport chain ETC (Tewari and collaborators, 2012; Vendelin and collaborators, 2004).
Current studies show that creatine saturation 20 g/day for 5-7 days also promoted increase in muscle creatine concentrations, and since then started to investigate the effect of supplementation since the resynthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) could elevate the physical and sport performance.
In 1996 in an article by Hugh Davies on the history of sampling that concentrated on its classical and avant-garde uses and had nothing about the then-current upsurge in sampling by hip-hop artists, Davies wrote that: "Since the late 1970s the term 'sampling' has been applied in music to the method by which special musical instruments digitally 'record' external sounds for subsequent resynthesis.
Depletion of inositol may desensitize PtdIns by slowing down the resynthesis of precursors, as proposed by some authors [60].
It is well known that prolidase is the only enzyme that specifically cleaves imidodipeptides with carboxyl terminal proline or hydroxyproline at the final stage of collagen degradation in order to recycle the amino acids for collagen resynthesis [25, 26].
Glottal pulses can be also used in music, for instance the speech (sing) resynthesis [4].
Scott A, 2011, "A world in emergence: notes towards a resynthesis of urban economic geography" Urban Geography 32 845-870
Neutral upright sagital spinal alignment from the occiput to the pelvis in asymptomatic adults: a review and resynthesis of the litterature.
1983; Cribb & Hawkes, 1986) cytology (Hawkes, 1958), history (Hawkes & Francisco-Ortega, 1992, 1993), breeding value (Hawkes, 1958), classification theory (Hawkes, 1986), artificial resynthesis of putative hybrids (Hawkes, 1962b; Astley & Hawkes, 1979; Schmiediche et al.
High rate of muscle glycogen resynthesis after exhaustive exercise when carbohydrate is coingested with caffeine.