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Synonyms for anabolism

the synthesis in living organisms of more complex substances (e

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They induce ABA anabolism in the embryo, thus maintaining dormancy (Jia et al., 2012).
Muscles constantly undergo cycles of breakdown (catabolism) and restoration (anabolism).
Growth factors fall under the category of regulating cartilage catabolism and anabolism, playing a "significant role in musculoskeletal tissues' homeostasis and repair," Dr.
With aging, the production of DHEA declines considerably more than that of cortisol, resulting in an imbalance that favors catabolism above anabolism, which explains the progressive acceleration of aging in individuals past the age of 45.
In this way, if that C terminus domain is not the most important for these cells, lipin1 and 14-3-3[beta] binding might not be enough for TG anabolism in the end.
ZEIKUS, "One-carbon metabolism in methanogens: evidence for synthesis of a two-carbon cellular intermediate and unification of catabolism and anabolism in Methanosarcina barkeri," Journal of Bacteriology, vol.
Debnath, "Autophagy at the crossroads of catabolism and anabolism," Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, vol.
All these data demonstrated that the biosynthesis of MSCs towards nucleus pulposus appeared as an obvious dose-response relationship, namely, low-intensity compression which promoted the anabolism, while high-intensity compression enhanced the catabolism.
Thus, more studies testing models of physical exercise with institutionalized elderly people are necessary to yield more beneficial protocols, having in mind protocols already in literature that were successful in reducing systemic inflammation and regulating the metabolic profile to boost anabolism and muscle protein synthesis [13].
THE FACT: Being healthy isn't just about the absence of disease, it's about having the right balance of all the processes in your body-between anabolism or processes that build and catabolism or processes that destroy-according to Dr.
In view of the increasing proportions of Clostridia and Lentisphaeria, as well as the corresponding phylum Firmicutes and Lentisphaerae in older yaks' gut while maintaining the same variation of amino acids metabolic pathways, indicates that these gut microbiota may participate in the metabolism of amino acids, thus furthers affects protein utilization and anabolism in yaks.
ZANDA LLC, a supplier of new-to-market nutraceutical and functional food ingredients has introduced Reginator, a patented, optimized blend of essential amino acids (EAA) for muscle anabolism. Originally developed at the University of Arkansas to assist burn victims maintain muscle mass and strength during recovery, researchers also discovered other applications such as helping astronauts at NASA preserve muscle function and strength while on deep space missions.
Further studies are needed since better understanding of the mechanisms of modulation between muscle catabolism and anabolism may result in the development of innovative and more effective therapeutic strategies and better quality of life for the patients.