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Synonyms for biosynthesis

production of a chemical compound by a living organism


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Also [14C]-paxilline was biosynthetically incorporated into penitrem A (3.
Biosynthetically, the tetrahydroisoquinoline alkaloids are related to mescaline and can be considered as cyclized derivatives of mescaline and its precursors.
especially difficult to arrange compounds biosynthetically at lower
In fact, it can be argued that all other natural toxins are produced biosynthetically by K brevis using the two parent backbones as precursors.
In type II NAFs (indicative of premalignant disease), "abnormal" biosynthetically active apocrine cells (25,26) are associated with exogenous/endogenous compounds involved in early malignant transformation (23, 26-30).
ALA is then converted biosynthetically to protoporphyrin IX (PpIX), a natural photosensitizer [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED].
Biosynthetically and structurally, 1 is the precursor and an isomer of 2 (Jayaprakasam et al.
While some IgG clones had very low RB-inducing propensity and resulted in high level protein secretion, biosynthetically challenging IgG clones exhibited higher propensity to induce RBs and typically resulted in low secretion output.