catabolite

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catabolite

[kə′tab·ə‚līt]
(biochemistry)
Any product of catabolism.
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The accumulation of these lipids was also accompanied by an elevation in triacylglycerol catabolites such as glycerol (p = 0.01 one-way ANOVA) and monoacylglycerols (MAGs).
(2012) Cellular prion and its catabolites in the brain: production and function.
Urobilinogen is reabsorbed into the bloodstream, filtered by the kidneys, and its catabolites are then excreted in urine giving it the characteristic yellow color.
In these cases, the rapid change in color induced by UV radiation was related to the degradation of chlorophylls with concomitant accumulation of brown-greenish catabolites. This was unlikely the case in carambola given the minute levels of chlorophyll remaining in the fruits at harvest.
In the absence of uremic symptom or volume overload, PD was, nevertheless, initiated due to high level of nitrogen catabolites. The flexible double-cuffed PD catheter was inserted on day 4 of admission, and automated PD (Homechoice cycler[R]; Baxter) using a total dialysate (Dianeal[R]; Baxter) volume of 10 L (initial fill volume of 700 mL, 14 cycles, 20 hours) was promptly started on the same day of the catheter insertion.
You et al., "The combined effects of tryptophan starvation and tryptophan catabolites downregulate T cell receptor [zeta]-chain and induce a regulatory phenotype in naive T cells," Journal of Immunology, vol.
This phenomenon suggests a beneficial effect of robot-assisted therapy in terms of improved regional blood flow changes during passive movements involving all fingers simultaneously which may, in turn, facilitate the washout of catabolites and pain-related molecules accumulating in the tissues of poorly active upper limbs and thus possibly alleviate regional pain [31, 32].
The authors underline that drugs for UI control are a relevant conservation treatment although they may cause difficulties in eliminating catabolites and causing an accumulation of toxic substance and adverse reactions due to medicine interactions (Lazari et al., 2009).
The level of glucose and pyruvate were not changed between the two groups, whereas the glucose catabolites (such as sorbitol, D-myo-inositol, and fructose) were increased significantly in DA group.
(4) found a direct cross-sectional association between a principal component-derived factor with BCAAs and related catabolites and prevalent myocardial infarction.
The [Chl.sub.a+b] breakdown is a multistep pathway that, in addition to the required catabolic enzymes, requires transport processes for the export of catabolites (Matile & al., 1988).