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any of several bases that are derivatives of purine

a colorless crystalline organic base containing nitrogen

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The replacement of soybean meal by sunflower crushed did not alter concentration of allantoin, purine derivatives, absorbed purine, microbial nitrogen, microbial crude protein (CPmic) and microbial efficiency (Emic) of animals, respectively averaging 150.
With established methods for measuring purine compounds in blood and urine (5-9), retention time is not always adequate for identification of every peak because urine and blood usually contain many interfering compounds.
Limit foods that have moderate purine content, including apricots, artichokes, broccoli, dried beans, lentils, green peas, green peppers, fish (other than the ones mentioned under "high "), oatmeal, poultry, wheat bran, and yeast.
Vlaeminck et al [10] accurately correlated the C17:0 and total OBCFA contents with the rumen uracil and purine levels.
Uric acid forms when your body breaks down substances known as purines, found in your body's tissues and in a wide array of foods.
Comparative study of the reported methods used for the determination of Purine and Pyrimidine bases with present method.
Second, many beers already contain a large number of purines from the fermentation process.
The effect of nitrogen sources on the microbial protein synthesis was estimated by analysis of purine derivatives.
Mean values of excretion of allantoin in the urine, total purine derivations, absorbed purines and microbial nitrogen compounds were significantly different (p < 0.
They contain high levels of purine, which cause a build-up of uric acid.
A diet rich in purines also forms uric acid stones--with purine substances also found in animal proteins including meat, fish and shellfish.
Instead, the parasite must make purines indirectly, by using an enzyme called purine nucleoside phosphorylase (PNP) to make a purine precursor called hypoxanthine.
In the intestine, purine nucleic acids turn into purine nucleosides and free radicals both of which can be absorbed by the intestine.
Of the remaining stone categories, urate or purine stones are the most common.