catabolic


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relating to or characterized by catabolism

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characterized by destructive metabolism

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POINTS TO REMEMBER * An IEM may be exposed by the catabolic state induced by a concurrent infection or illness; thus, IEM should be considered even in the presence of such illnesses to prevent a delay in diagnosis.
Alkaptonuria (AKU) is a rare metabolic, autosomal recessive disorder in the phenylalanine and tyrosine catabolic pathway that is characterized by the accumulation of homogentisic acid (HGA; homogentisic aciduria) in the body, especially in the connective tissues (cartilage, tendons, and ligaments) (1) Alkaptonuria is caused by mutations in the homogetisate 1.
MT-102 is a dual action Anabolic Catabolic Transforming Agent (ACTA) in phase II clinical development for the treatment of cachexia and sarcopenia.
The loss of this enzyme shuts down the glucose anabolic pathway and promotes the glucose catabolic pathway, leading to a large amount of glucose entering the tumor cells and thus "feeding" the aggressive cancer.
The progress of these changes seems to result in enhanced oxidative stress, decreased ATP production, and collapse of the cellular catabolic machinery, which eventually is incompatible with survival.
Catabolic desires are destructive in their nature and they consume a great amount of energy to leave an individual completely exhausted and depleted.
Typically patients are far more likely to decompensate when the affected pathway is stressed during major catabolic episodes as seen with inter-current infections, or the early neonatal transition to extra-uterine life, or if the child is fed the compounds that they are unable to metabolise.
Writing not only for professionals in the field of biomass and biofuels but also for academic audiences such as graduate and postgraduate students and researchers, Kubicek (biotechnology and microbiology, Vienna U of Technology) examines particulars of plant biomass such as structural, physical, and physicochemical properties of plant cell walls; plant biomass degradation by fungi; the enzymologies of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignan degradation; catabolic pathways of soluble degradation products; enzyme formation regulation; the correlation between fungal secretory pathways and lignocellulose degradation; the production of cellulases and hemicellulases by fungi and the production of fermentable sugars from lignocelluloses; and lignocellulose biorefinery.
It also make the body more resistant to catabolic exercise modalities that may waste muscle, such as long-duration cardio.
By rotating your carb intake you'll be switching your body between two states, catabolic (breaking down) and anabolic (building up).
The bone remodeling characteristic of RA is a catabolic process marked by focal bony erosions and osteopenia.
Although the rapid dissemination of the USA300 clone may occur because of a high virulence level that arises from the production of Panton-Valentine leukocidin (PVL) or an existing arginine catabolic mobile element (ACME) (2), there is no conclusive evidence to support this hypothesis (3).
From the CLPP profile data, catabolic diversity was characterised by both catabolic richness, defined as the number of substrates utilised, and catabolic evenness, defined as the variation in amount of individual substrate utilisation.
As it is shown in the Table 1, the most important biologically functional proteins in the human sperm proteome belong to catabolic processes (16%), including proteins for the breakdown of carbon compounds with the liberation of energy used for sperm movement.
6) Such cytokines can be classified as being anabolic, catabolic, anti-catabolic, and modulatory, based on their regulatory action on chondrocyte function at the articular surface: (8-12)