cellular respiration


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Synonyms for cellular respiration

the metabolic processes whereby certain organisms obtain energy from organic molecules

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The first medication that came to my mind was the rejuvenating compound called RN13 in ampoule form, to be injected IM, which I often used with success for over 20 years or more, in such cases as kidney dysfunction, geriatric disorders, extreme fatigue, and to increase cellular respiration and vitality in cancer patients as explained in my Townsend Letter article of August/Sept 2012.
Wg toxicity is attributed to the presence of a hepatotoxic terpenoid called atractyloside, a powerful inhibitor of cellular respiration and ATP synthesis (7).
Mitochondria, while essential for the healthy functioning of many cells, can also be lethal to cells if they generate damaging free radicals -- by-products of cellular respiration under certain conditions.
We decided to investigate a specific protein complex, called mitochondrial complex I, that critically determines the energy output of cellular respiration," study's first author, Antonio F.
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Quintessentially, Haimovician diurnal dynamics, are used to draw interesting inferences, from the simple fact that terrestrial organisms consume oxygen due to cellular respiration.
Hydrogen cyanide is known to inhibit cellular respiration.
Therefore, CO poisoning interferes with cellular respiration, i.
In addition, free radicals--particularly reactive molecules that can trigger mutations arise in the cellular protein factories during cellular respiration.
Because this process requires oxygen, it is called cellular respiration.
Without the presence of oxygen, also known as an anaerobic environment, regular cellular respiration cannot take place and a process known as fermentation takes over.
Among the changes they identified were alterations in molecules connected to blood vessel constriction and cellular respiration, as well as increases in levels of a molecule called niacinamide that enhances insulin release and helps control blood sugar, and decreases in levels of allantoin, a molecule that helps promote oxidative stress.
Otto Warburg won the Nobel Prize in 1931 for his research into cellular respiration, showing that cancer thrives in anaerobic (without oxygen ) or acidic conditions.
Results of the present study showed that MV infection did not decrease total cellular respiration in HeLa cells.
Nitric oxide (NO), synthesized in the body from l-arginine by NO synthases, plays a role in adaptation to physical exercise by modulating blood flow, muscular contraction and glucose uptake and in the control of cellular respiration.
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