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Synonyms for anabolism

the synthesis in living organisms of more complex substances (e

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The Journal of Molecular Biology review authors pointed out that studies consistently show that while anabolic treatments help grow new bone, they must be followed up with an antiresorptive medication to maintain and stabilize those improvements.
Police arrested a 46-year-old man in Nicosia on Monday in connection with the alleged possession of anabolic substances and drugs.
Treatment of MRS is complex and various treatment modes have been described in literature: corticosteroids (systemic, intralesional), anabolics, antibiotics (metronidazole, tetracyclines, macrolides), clofazimine, dapsone, sulphasalazine, azathioprine, hydroxychloroquine, methotrexate, infliximab, as well as surgical intervention (cheiloplasty), but very rarely [4, 15-17].
Due to reduced intrinsic mechanical properties, subchondral osteoblast enhanced anabolic activity, and increased bone formation [sup][15] to bear abnormal joint stress, [sup][42] which led to an increased BV/TV ratio, thickened BP and Tb.Th, and narrowed Tb.Sp.
Anabolics addict Raoul Moat shot his ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart, her new partner Chris Brown and blinded PC David Rathband after blasting him in the face in 2010.
(28,29) Broadly speaking, the available therapies for osteoporosis fall into 2 categories: (1) those that inhibit bone resorption (antiresorbers, the largest and most frequently prescribed group) and (2) those that promote new bone formation (anabolics).
Hesse, "Update on bone anabolics in osteoporosis treatment: rationale, current status, and perspectives," The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, vol.
THERE has been much talk about steroids in horseracing this week, most of it anabolics.
The media shunted Godolphin trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni's "horse doctoring" to the head of their news coverage and it was a kick in the anabolics to a business that was just starting to feel good about itself.
"The concept of 'roid rage' comes up in the media often, but it's not a medical term," says William Llewellyn, a scientist who is the CEO of Molecular Nutrition and author of 'Anabolics,' a book now in its 10th edition which examines performance drugs used by athletes.
A number of different pharmacological options exist for treating osteoporosis, and these are broadly divided into antiresorptives (medications that reduce bone resorption, the process that removes old bone) and anabolics (medications that stimulate cells to add new bone).
"There have been rumours around the Press room for years that I was allowed because of my illness, because of my situation, to use EPO, to use anabolics. I heard that going back to 1999.
He begins by describing osteoporosis, how it begins and progresses, and the conditions and injuries it causes, then examines BMUS ("the microcrack fixers"), the relationship between menopause and bone loss, the work of the bone-anabolic PTHs and how they might stimulate bone growth, the possibilities of the osteogenic growth peptide and the stains, the nature of surface signaling steroids, whether as real anabolics or pseudo-anabolics, and the possible contributions of strontium.