tissue metabolism

tissue metabolism

intracellular, enzyme-mitigated, glucose- and oxygen-dependent, biochemical changes
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It covers fuel metabolism; the chemical and biologic foundations of biochemistry; gene expression and the synthesis of proteins; carbohydrate metabolism, fuel oxidation, and the generation of adenosine triphosphate; and lipid, nitrogen, and tissue metabolism.
18) recently reported that irisin could improve adipose tissue metabolism and regulate muscle growth.
Its benefit depends on the effects on pain, reduces muscle mass stress, boosts blood flow, has anti-inflammatory effects, boosts cells function, enhances absorption of nutriens, stimulates the immune system, boosts sleep, boosts cell and tissue metabolism, regenerates tissues.
2]S in adipose tissue metabolism appears to be its role in reducing inflammatory cytokine production from resident adipose macrophages.
Continuous and noninvasive monitoring of tissue metabolism can be used to determine when a patient has undetected internal bleeding and may be in danger of going into shock.
This poor microcirculation reduces fat tissue metabolism, yielding lymphatic substances into the tissue.
But many studies have shown that there is a carryover effect after exercise causing tissue metabolism to stay elevated for as much as several days after exercise (4-6).
Heat is produced in the breast by normal tissue metabolism and is carried to its surface by the blood supply.
Regulation of bovine adipose tissue metabolism during lactation.
Advances with MRI spectroscopy, moreover, could provide us with further detailed information on tissue metabolism.
Through scientific and clinical research, it was found that orally administered ribose was also effective for increasing cellular energy reserves in stressed tissue--whether the stress is caused by disease, conditions that affect tissue metabolism or even overexertion.