ureogenesis

ureogenesis

(ūr″ē-ō-jĕn′ĕ-sĭs) [″ + genesis, generation, birth]
Formation of urea.
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In that species, the stimulation of ureogenesis is a major physiological strategy for survival in alkaline waters (Saha et al., 2002).
Because ureogenesis and glutamine metabolism are closely related diseases involving ammonia imbalance such as animonia intoxication hyperammonemias and protein intolerance also affect glutamine levels [3].
El excedente del N incrementa las concentraciones ruminales de N[H.sub.4], su absorcion y detoxificacion hepatica mediante ureogenesis; por ende aumenta las concentraciones plasmaticas de urea y su eliminacion en la orina y la leche.
This was indicated that, by enhancing dietary protein in order to increasing gloconeogenesis and ureogenesis in hepatocyts, as an induction of labor for the liver, can reduce incidence of fatty liver, as suggested by Bobe et al.
Restriction of hepatic gluconeogenesis and ureogenesis from threonine when at low concentrations.