Excess GH promoted anabolism
when the oxygen consumption was elevated and resulted in enhanced glucose metabolism.
This effect is related to a higher cellular anabolism
during senescence, when cells are exposed to persistent oxidative stress with potential damage of cellular organelles.
In this respect, leucine is considered the primary nutritional regulator of muscle protein anabolism
, due to its ability to trigger the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway and inhibit the proteasome (Figure 1) .
These findings are complementary to other PRP studies on joints [28, 29] and isolated cartilage  in which some researchers have concluded that Lr-PRP preparations are better to induce joint anabolism
and to diminish inflammation than Lc-PRP preparations.
Patients classified as having maladaptive anabolism
may benefit from a GLP1RA.
Accordingly, the presence of non-/poorly functional osteoclasts incapable of resorbing bone, yet capable of signaling to neighboring osteoblasts to support bone anabolism
, would suggest the osteoblast may be a viable therapeutic target for future treatments in patients with osteopetrosis.
According to this physiological perspective based by von Bertalanffy on the hypothesis that net growth causes a change in mass as a result of the difference between anabolism
and catabolism, a cubic function can demonstrate this metabolic process.
In sections on how nutrition and other factors relate to sarcopenia, protein and exercise, and other therapeutic strategies, they discuss such topics as whether malnutrition-sarcopenia syndrome is the future of nutrition screening and assessment for older adults, novel insights on nutrient management of sarcopenia in the elderly, myofibrillar protein synthesis following ingestion of soy protein isolate at rest and after resistance exercise in elderly men, the pleiotropic effect of physical exercise on mitochondrial dynamics in aging skeletal muscle, muscle wasting and resistance of muscle anabolism
: the "anabolic threshold concept" for adapted nutritional strategies during sarcopenia, and the rationale for antioxidant supplementation in sarcopenia.
(2004) Effects of liquid carbohydrate ingestion on markers of anabolism
following high-intensity resistance exercise.
The emblem's serpents emphasise diametrically opposed metabolic processes, namely anabolism
The once-daily oral medication AA (marketed as Zytiga, Abiratas, Abretone and Abirapro) is "a potent inhibitor of steroid hormone anabolism
," according to the research team, and the drug is already known to interfere with the CYP17A1 enzymes required in the body's production of androgens.
Esters: The metabolism of amino acids (anabolism
and catabolism) by yeast leads to the formation of higher alcohols, acetate esters and ethyl esters.