pyruvate


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Related to pyruvate: Pyruvate dehydrogenase complex, Pyruvate kinase

pyruvate

[pī′rü‚vāt]
(biochemistry)
Salt of pyruvic acid, such as sodium pyruvate, NaOOCCOCH3.
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Experimental and clinical studies on lactate and pyruvate as indicators of the severity of acute circulatory failure (shock).
Metabolism of pachytene primary spermatocytes from rat testes: Pyruvate maintenance of adenosine triphosphate level.
Following taurine supplementation for 2 weeks, the pyruvate precursor amino acids; threonine (p < 0.
When this occurs, pyruvate and hydrogen ions begin to accumulate in the cytosol.
The same effect is observed with methyl pyruvate (Figure 2) which is the exact substrate for the asymmetric hydrogenation.
All of the above media were prepared in two formulations; with and without the incorporation of a specific quencher of peroxides, namely sodium pyruvate at 0.
The activities of hexokinase, pyruvate kinase and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase were significantly decreased whereas the activities of lactate dehydrogenase.
The following estimations were carried out:--Cytochrome F420, hydrogen peroxide, pyruvate, ammonia and glutamate [11-13].
Samples were not pooled, except those with increased pyruvate were obtained from pooled whole blood that was incubated at room temperature 24-48 h before centrifugation.
KEY WORDS: cancer, dichloroacetate, glutathione transferase zeta, hereditary tyrosinemia, maleylacetoacetate isomerase, mitochondrial disease, peripheral neuropathy, pyruvate dehydrogenase, toxicogenetics.
However, the GSH content of oocytes and embryos varied according to the amino acid or energy substrates such as glucose, pyruvate and lactate (Karja et al.
The expression of an enzyme known as pyruvate kinase is reduced in immune cells in pregnant women compared to non-pregnant women, according to Dr.