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produce by metabolism

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Among primates, not all ADH4s are the same - some can't effectively metabolize ethanol.
One cup of cooked kasha metabolizes into the equivalent amount of blood sugar as 32 teaspoons of table sugar.
glycyrrhizin and PF in SGT), which are difficult for human digestive enzymes to metabolize (Kobashi et al.
Coffee may raise your risk of a heart attack, but only if you metabolize caffeine slowly and you're in your 50s or younger.
It has been widely known that people of different ethnicity and gender metabolize drugs differently.
All three members of the CYP26 family metabolize all-trans retinoic acid.
Basically, the body, under normal circumstances, is genetically equipped to metabolize the iron it needs, store the iron it will eventually use, and eliminate any excess that would harm the brain.
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Regardiess of how much you exercise or how little you eat, fats are so energydense [1 pound is equivalent to 3,500 kilocalories] that it's impossible to metabolize more than 1-2 pounds/week.
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Therefore, CIIT scientists compared the rates at which the liver tissues from humans, rats and mice metabolize butadiene to butadiene monoepoxide, as well as the rates at which each species detoxified the metabolite.
A: Diabetes is a disorder characterized by abnormally high levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood and abnormalities in the body's level of insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas that helps body cells metabolize glucose for energy.
The method comprises the following steps a) introducing into a cell at least one desired nucleotide sequence and at least one selection-nucleotide sequence to obtain a genetically transformed cell, wherein the selection-nucleotide sequence comprises a region which codes for a protein involved in the metabolizing of trehalose; b) placing a population with transformed and non-transformed cells into contact with trehalose and/or derivative thereof; and c) selecting the transformed cells from the population on the basis of the capacity of the transformed cells to metabolize the trehalose and/or derivative.