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relating to or characterized by catabolism

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characterized by destructive metabolism

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In contrast, dietary patterns that are denser in fiber and are polyphenol rich, as would be characteristic of the Mediterranean Diet, promote a differing catabolic pathway.
Effect of training on plasma anabolic and catabolic steroid hormones and their response during physical exercise.
Type I 3-MGAuria is caused by defective activity of 3-MG-CoA hydratase within the leucine catabolic pathway, and is known as "primary 3-MGA-uria.
The catabolic process refers to the chemical reactions and pathways resulting in the breakdown of substances, including the breakdown of carbon compounds with the liberation of energy for use by the cell or organism (De Bolster, 1997).
43E-12 and energy GO:0003060~aerobic respiration 16 3-09E-11 G0:0046356~acetyl-CoA catabolic process 12 3.
ATP is a catabolic byproduct of bacteria and its blockade will affect the bacterial growth.
This reaction is a critical part of the catabolic pathway for all odd-chain fatty acids as well as the amino acids isoleucine, valine, methionine, and threonine.
While the mechanism of action of omega-3 fatty acids is not known, it is thought to involve alterations in both anabolic and catabolic pathways.
The majority of residents in the UAE go through a lot of stress, so the body is already in a high conservation state and people focusing on quantity of the diet instead of the quality leads to them going into a catabolic state, with more toxins in the blood, high uric acid level, all of which strain the blood and kidney.
Activation of the sympathetic nervous system, increase of catabolic hormone release and pituitary gland activation are considered as a response to surgical stress.
It can lead to too much muscle breakdown and loss of lean mass, and can cause a significant rise in the catabolic hormone cortisol and may lead to dehydration.
Hereditary Tyrosinemia Type 1 (TT1) is an autosomal recessive disorder that is characterized by the deficiency of the FAH enzyme in the tyrosine catabolic pathway, resulting in the elevation of tyrosine and its byproducts in the blood, CSF, and tissues.
In particular, during catabolic stress situations (such as with SCI/D) lowered blood and muscle glutamine levels have been found.
When the body sustains a wound, stress hormones are released in a fight-or-flight reaction and the metabolism alters in order to supply the injured area with the nutrients it needs to heal known as the catabolic phase.
Once activated, it affects a metabolic switch from an anabolic to a catabolic state, both by acutely phosphorylating metabolic enzymes and, in the longer term, by regulating gene expression.