This study analyzed the in-vitro responses of the A549 and MRC-5 cell lines upon their exposure to pyruvic acid
, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Bicarbonate, FDP, Zn acetate, and Oxalic acid.
While the content of formic acid, acetic acid and quinic acid partially increased marginally, the concentration of pyruvic acid
is altogether lower than during the initial measurement.
is an organic keto acid that has an essential role in biological energy production .
1b] fraction isolated from a patient with glycogenose type I includes peaks that correspond to the [alpha]-chain (15 127 Da), the pyruvic acid
adduct of the [beta]-chain (15 938 Da), and the latter's decarboxylated form (15 894 Da).
Rather than being genetically modified, the onion has been specially bred and grown in low-sulphur soils, which halves its pyruvic acid
content--the substance that irritates tear ducts, skin and nostrils when an onion's flesh is cut and exposed to the air.
Rather than being genetically modified, the new onion has been specially bred and grown in low-sulphur soils to cut its pyruvic acid
content by half.
Onions cause tears because they contain high quantities of pyruvic acid
which is released when an onion is cut and exposed to the air.
Thiamin-deficient pigs have elevated blood pyruvic acid
and lactic acid levels and reduced appetite.
causes tears to stream down chefs' cheeks, in an effort to repel the fumes.
It's the pyruvic acid
in sulfur that causes one's eyes to sting and tear when cutting onions, and it can sometimes cause indigestion.
According to the company, its Creapure Citrate is the ideal solution regarding taste and solubility and its Creapure Purovate (protected by compostion, manufacturing and application patents) is an ideal combination of creatine and pyruvic acid
in a 60:40 ratio, which brings together the power of creatine and the endurance of pyruvate.
25 SCIENCE that such conditions create pyruvic acid
, an organic chemical vital to cellular metabolism.