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metabolic

[‚med·ə′bäl·ik]
(physiology)
Of or pertaining to metabolism.
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The bottom line is that metabolically healthy obesity doesn't exist," said Dr.
Overall, 15% of the population were classified as being metabolically healthy obese, meaning that they had a body mass index of at least 30 kg/[m.
The findings suggest that vigorous health interventions may be necessary for all obese individuals, even those previously considered to be metabolically healthy," says first author Mikael Ryden of the Karolinska Institutet.
Dr Houari Abdesselem, the first author of the study and a postdoctoral associate in Dr Mazloum's lab said: "We observed that with lower levels of SIRT1 there was increased accumulation of metabolically dysfunctional hyperplastic adipose (fat) cells.
The same score can be used to distinguish diabetes with metabolic syndrome (DMS+) from diabetes without metabolic syndrome (DMS-), or create new onomastic categories: metabolically complicated diabetes (MCD) and metabolically uncomplicated diabetes (MUD).
The company has discovered a series of metabolically robust synthetic analogues of omega-3 fatty acid-derived epoxyeicosanoids that have the potential to treat inflammatory, cardiovascular, and other diseases.
The library, coupled with Agilent's MassHunter software, will provide scientists with a robust LC/MS solution to accelerate the quantification of hundreds of metabolically important compounds for cell biology and disease research.
Researchers believe that the idea of obese people being considered metabolically healthy is misleading, because atherosclerosis (narrowing of the arteries due to plaque build-up) can be developing before the condition is diagnosed.
They are defined as metabolically obese normal weight individuals (MONW).
The distinction of metabolically 'healthy' from 'unhealthy' obese individuals.
Metabolically active cultured cells are useful in a variety of applications from tissue repair to tissue regeneration.
metabolically benign overweight/obese) to at-risk overweight/obese, meaning they had developed two or more of the following five heart-disease risk factors: hypertension; low blood level of HDL ("good") cholesterol; elevated blood levels of triglycerides, elevated fasting glucose level (indicating pre-diabetes or diabetes); and elevated levels of C-reactive protein ( indicating inflammation).