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metabolic

[‚med·ə′bäl·ik]
(physiology)
Of or pertaining to metabolism.
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These results demonstrate that there is a metabolic profile present in the urine of people who have not yet experienced cardiac events, which is likely to be of value in warning such people of this vulnerability.
If anything, the study showed that "people with excess weight who might be classed as 'healthy' haven't yet developed an unhealthy metabolic profile.
Biopharmaceutical company Alkermes (NasdaqGS:ALKS) reported on Monday the launch of a randomized, double-blind, parallel-group study designed to evaluate the exploratory metabolic profile of ALKS 3831 when compared to olanzapine for the treatment of schizophrenia under the ENLIGHTEN pivotal programme.
In one previous study, NMR-based metabonomic analysis was used to determine serum metabolic profiles in patients with hypertension and to assess relationships between serum lipoprotein particle compositions and blood pressure [12].
Metastasis in breast cancer has also been detected with the help of a distinct metabolic profile in the serum or urine of these patients.
Comparison of metabolic profile of the lean and ideal weight PCOS and control Group: Fasting blood sugar of the PCOS was 93.
2013;98:1425-32), hypothesized that calcium and vitamin D together would be more efficient in influencing metabolic profiles, possibly through their combined effects on cell cycle regulation, activation of antioxidant enzymes, and suppression of parathyroid hormone.
Estimation of body condition score, subcutaneous fat thickness and Compton metabolic profile test are important tools for monitoring nutritional status of the herd.
supports the encouragement of young individuals to avoid being overweight/ obese, irrespective of their metabolic profile," the authors concluded.
A logical next step would be to determine whether these findings in the mouse translate to humans and whether arsenic exposure is associated with changes in the human gut microbiome and metabolic profile.
The effect was observed both in participants who had a metabolic profile that reflected higher cardiometabolic risk at baseline (group B: 13.
His plan now is to derive a metabolic profile from the urine samples of all Josephine County residents who agree to participate.