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any of several bases that are derivatives of purine

a colorless crystalline organic base containing nitrogen

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Under the licensing agreement Purine Pharma with registered offices in Freehold, NJ and a GMP-facility located in Massena, NY will manufacture, market & distribute of EastGate's nutraceutical product line (www.
Other foods it's best to avoid are seafood, meat, spinach, mushrooms, cauliflower and asparagus, as these have moderate amounts of purine.
92 is the true digestibility of purine bases in the duodenum and 1.
said Tuesday it will release on June 19 the "Goku-zero" beer-like sparkling alcoholic beverage which it says contains almost no carbohydrates or purine bodies.
falciparum's Achilles' heel: it can't synthesize purines, vital building blocks for making DNA.
A high uric acid level does not necessarily result in Gout; other co-morbid factors such as hypertension, alcohol intake, obesity, and high purine intake increase the risk in an additive manner.
Urine was diluted by distilled water to prevent the precipitation of purine derivatives during the storage period.
Purines are found in many foods that we eat; particularly red meats, seafood and liver.
1993) Reduced purine accumulation is encoded on an amplified DNA in Leishmania mexicana amazonensis resistant to toxic nucleosides.
The new product, a blend of happoshu and spirits, contains 85 percent less purine, which has been linked to gout, and 70 percent less carbohydrate compared with Asahi's existing happoshu-based products, the company said.
Conventional strategies for the prevention of gout have emphasized limiting the consumption of purine-rich foods because uric acid is a breakdown product of purine.
Gout is caused by disordered purine metabolism resulting in hyperuricemia.
Muller's major research interests are related to purine metabolism and clinical and applied biochemistry.
The researchers cataloged polymorphisms in a gene known to be involved in arsenic metabolism, arsenic (III) methyltransferase (CYT19), and used existing catalogs of polymorphisms in two others, purine nucleoside phosphotylase and glutathione-S-transferase omega.