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subject to catabolism

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2]-Microglobulin is filtered at the glomerulus and almost entirely reabsorbed and catabolized by proximal tubular cells (11).
Essentially all of the filtered Cd-MT is reabsorbed by pinocytosis into proximal tubule cells in the renal cortex, and MT is catabolized by lysosomes, releasing the free [Cd.
However, high dietary concentrations of vitamins can be deleterious to animals because excessive vitamins will be catabolized or excreted (Aurousseau, 2002).
This suggests that the eurycomanone inhibitory effects on A549 cells were not fully reversible, hence, addressing the concern that eurycomanone may cause unsustainable growth inhibition once the compound is removed or catabolized from the cell cultures.
Urine [beta]2- AKI MW 12 kDa; light chain microglobulin of class I MHC molecule; filtered by glomeruli and catabolized by tubules.
Fat is a major component of internal energy reserves and it can be catabolized during migratory flights (King 1972).
As IgG antibodies are catabolized, a period of risk to enhanced infection ensues, followed in turn by the loss of enhancing antibodies and a corresponding decline in risk for DHF/DSS (Figure 5).
Serotonin is catabolized in platelet mitochondria by MAO.
Instead, the use of a TAG-to-ST ratio has been proposed because STs are directly proportional to body DWT and are not significantly catabolized during periods of starvation (Sasaki et al.
Over the subsequent several days, it changes to green (as hemoglobin is converted to biliverdin) and then yellow (as biliverdin is catabolized to bilirubin).
However, studies have shown that GABA is then catabolized within the mitochondria of plant cells.
In the kynurenine pathway, tryptophan can be catabolized either by indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase, which is activated by type 1 cytokines, or by tryptophan 2,3-dioxygenase.
Arg is also catabolized for the biosynthesis path of creatine (Figure 4).
L-Arg can be catabolized by four sets of enzymes in mammalian cells resulting ultimately in the production of urea, L-proline, L-glutamate, polyamines, NO, creatine, or agmatine (Morris, 2004).
After secretion into plasma, VLDL is converted to LDL and the minor intermediate species, including VLDL remnants and IDLs, are catabolized via uptake through the LDLR mediated by apoE residues 136 through 150 (6, 7).