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biochemical

[‚bī·ō′kem·i·kəl]
(biochemistry)
A chemical that produces an effect on living organisms after making contact.
Referring to chemical substances found in or having an effect on living organisms.
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Therefore the comprehensive and detail description of the biochemical aspects of the amniotic fluid is essential for better understanding of the fetal metabolism that would ultimately be helpful for the accurate assessment of alteration in the fetal metabolism and other associated anatomical or pathophysiological abnormalities during fetal growth stage (Prestes et al., 2001).
"Among patients with primary biliary cholangitis who had had an inadequate response to ursodeoxycholic acid alone, treatment with bezafibrate in addition to ursodeoxycholic acid resulted in a rate of complete biochemical response that was significantly higher than the rate with placebo and ursodeoxycholic acid therapy," the authors write.
Analysis of biochemical parameters amongst individual cirrhosis groups revealed significant negative correlation across the same factors in group CTP-C, while CTP-A correlated positively with these parameters.
Gram stain, biochemical testing, MALDI-TOF and 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequencing
Is biochemical hypoglycemia on an OGTT associated with insulin resistance in a Chinese population?
“Major end-use applications of biochemical sensors range from clinical and non-clinical healthcare to agriculture, environmental and nutritional segments.
The memory-boosting chemical was singled out from among 100,000 chemicals screened at the Small Molecule Discovery Center at UCSF for their potential to perturb a protective biochemical pathway within cells that is activated when cells are unable to keep up with the need to fold proteins into their working forms.
Lilly said that these cases of abnormal liver biochemical tests were identified as a part of routine monitoring.
The purpose of this study was to describe the prevalence of secondary CPCs after radical prostatectomy and determine if this information would be clinically relevant and if there was an association with biochemical failure.
Abstract: Centrifugation is performed on whole blood samples to obtain serum or plasma for biochemical analysis.
CHICAGO -- Along with its known cardiovascular benefits, anticoagulation therapy may improve biochemical control of localized prostate cancer treated with radiotherapy