catabolize


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subject to catabolism

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The proximal tubular epithelium reabsorbs and catabolizes most of the proteins that escape the glomerular barriers.
1] The disorder is caused by an enzyme deficiency that results in an inability to catabolize homogentisic acid, an intermediary component in the metabolism of tyrosine and phenylalanine.
Proximal tubules also catabolize proteins and excrete their peptides in urine.
The active ingredient in Phenylase, PEGylated phenylalanine ammonia lyase, is designed to catabolize the Phe that builds-up in the body due to lack of activity of the enzyme phenylalanine hydroxylase.
There are two known enzymes which can catabolize oxalate, namely oxalate oxidase and oxalate decarboxylase.
The decreasing TG indicated that Cr could improve hepatic transport ability of TG and promote TG to catabolize, due to the increasing activity of LPL in plasma, but no direct evidence was found.
Notably, the immune-binding step in the iduronate-2-sulfatase assay had the unusual effect of allowing this enzyme, once bound to polyclonal antibody, to catabolize the 4-methylumbelliferyl sulfate substrate, whereas uncaptured iduronate-2-sulfatase did not.
MIOX catabolizes myo-inositol, a metabolite depleted in diabetes mellitus.
Respiratory quotient (RQ) measures the proportion of carbohydrate fuel an animal catabolizes during the measurement process by comparing carbon dioxide production with oxygen consumption (RQ = VC[O.