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metabolize

[mə′tab·ə‚līz]
(physiology)
To transform by metabolism; to subject to metabolism.
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Most primate ancestors wouldn't have been able to metabolize ethanol, the results showed.
Eating one cup of raisins metabolizes into the blood sugar equivalent of 26 teaspoons of table sugar.
What to do: Until further studies confirm these findings and until you can easily find out if you metabolize caffeine slowly or rapidly you--can't tailor your caffeine intake to match your genes.
Metabolize and $ave is already available in stores, and Windmill brings Chitosol to the mass market retail scene as of December 1.
Intense activity triggers a survival mechanism that uses all available fuels, and metabolizes entire proteins to extract BCAAs and glutamine.
of naturally occurring caffeine, the company introduced Metabolize and $ave at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Marketplace Conference a year ago.
Human risk assessments for butadiene require knowledge of how people metabolize this chemical following exposure.
Now consider the value of knowing a priori, through genetic testing, that your patient can metabolize drug Y, but not drug X.
In an effort to determine whether individual differences in the ability to further metabolize and neutralize MEHP might explain this relationship, the researchers also calculated the percentage of MEHP relative to the other metabolites.
Certainly, there may be differences in the way that infants absorb and metabolize soy isoflavones, as compared to older children and adults.