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metabolic

[‚med·ə′bäl·ik]
(physiology)
Of or pertaining to metabolism.
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The researchers identified some key measurements that distinguished metabolically normal obese subjects from those with problems.
Given the existing research C among cyclists and marathon runners C they suggest future work should explore the potential benefits from strenuous exercises that are both metabolically and mechanically challenging, such as football, hockey and court sports.
As a result, the aim of our study was to test whether metabolically healthy but obese individuals have lower circulating levels of POPs than obese individuals with cardio-metabolic complications," the researcher said.
All of these [obese] individuals, whether they were metabolically healthy or not healthy, had a poor cognitive profile," Singh-Manoux said.
Chronic and recurrent infections often occur when bacteria shut down and become metabolically dormant.
Lam's expertise, and explained that in a similar fashion to a transplanted hair graft, fat grafts change metabolically over time as the blood supply to the graft improves.
Actavis had sued the FDA to overturn the exclusivity because Vyvanse is a metabolically converted drug and its active ingredient, dextroamphetamine, is the same as the older drug Adderall.
5 million) were metabolically healthy," having no more than one cardiometabolic abnormality.
Approximately 10% of the study population was obese but metabolically healthy a proportion which, when extrapolated to the entire U.
But researchers say it is the proportion of overweight and obese people who are metabolically healthy that is so surprising.
AKBA is metabolically stable and is not deacetylated to KBA.
An orally available and metabolically inert antifolate with potent anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties, CH-1504 potently inhibits several key enzymes that are required for cell proliferation.