In the past it has been suggested (most commonly in the context of parenteral nutrition) that a patient's energy requirements should be provided as 'non-protein calories', in order to spare the protein for healing and anabolism
Their topics include determining stoichiometric equations for catabolism and anabolism
, the biodegration of special organic compounds, modeling the activated sludge process, and membrane technology.
It has been suggested, but without experimental proof, that a weekly increase of >40 mg/L in prealbumin concentrations reflects a switch to anabolism
Third, despite athletes having healthy body fat percentage, the majority of baseball athletes desire more muscle mass, and 40% unnecessarily supplement with protein in an effort to promote muscle anabolism
The excess growth hormone in critical illness theoretically may also assist in lowering potassium levels by increasing cellular synthesis and tissue anabolism
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The pineal gland and melatonin are generally considered to regulate physiologic processes that promote anabolism
, or energy conservation, rather than catabolism; but beyond that, few details are known.
Among the many agents that have been used are pentavalent antimonials (which cause some systemic toxicity and are used to treat the mucocutaneous form), pentamidine, amphotericin B (which is used primarily for visceral leishmaniasis), paromomycin (used for the visceral and cutaneous forms), cytokines such as interferon gamma (used for some mucocutaneous forms, including those caused by Leishmania braziliensis strains), oral antifungals such as ketoconazole, fluconazole, and itraconazole (which are well tolerated), and hipoxanthine (which inhibits purine anabolism
and slows Leishmania proliferation).
They have been defined as drugs that replenish cellular constitutes, promote anabolism
and the feedback system in cellular activities.
In differentiated cells, plastids can be involved in anabolism
(chloroplasts) or in storing reserves in amyloplasts and elaioplasts (Wheatley, 1977).
Irritability," he said, "can be traced to a couple of characters in our nervous system by the names of Anabolism
It also explains the mechanism by which you become afflicted with this syndrome: you age so quickly (insufficient anabolism
with heightened catabolism promoting excessive carbohydrate creation without even eating sugar).