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cre·a·tine

 (krē′ə-tēn′, -tĭn) also cre·a·tin (-tĭn)
n.
A compound, C4H9N3O2, that is found in the muscle tissue of vertebrates mainly in the form of phosphocreatine and that is involved in the storing and supplying energy for muscle contraction.

[French créatine : from Greek kreas, kreat-, flesh; see kreuə- in Indo-European roots.]
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Noun1.creatin - an amino acid that does not occur in proteins but is found in the muscle tissue of vertebrates both in the free form and as phosphocreatine; supplies energy for muscle contraction
amino acid, aminoalkanoic acid - organic compounds containing an amino group and a carboxylic acid group; "proteins are composed of various proportions of about 20 common amino acids"
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Investigation revealed elevated levels of antinuclear antibodies (1:40; normal range, <1:40), creatin kinase (382 U/L; normal range, 56–244 U/L), lactic dehydrogenase (254 U/L; normal range, 109–245 U/L), white blood cell (19.
In addition, an FM consultant also works on creatin a suite of FM services tender documents such as service specifications, service levels agreements (SLAs), key performance indicators (KPIs) and performance mechanism, management of the FM services tender process, and operational audits"
He said, on the directives of Regional Police Officer Rawalpindi Mohammad Wisal Fakhar Sultan Raja, the CTP was creatin awareness about traffic rules among the citizens and striving to regulate the city traffic.
Indeed, there is now an enormous range of vitamins, minerals and extracts such as vitamin E, vitamin C, [beta]-carotene, coenzyme Q10, [alpha]-lipoic acid, quercetin, resveratrol, grape seed extract, taurine, carnosine, creatin and [beta]-alanine used as antioxidant supplement in exercise studies in both human and animal subjects (6).
Creatinine is the only metabolite of creatin which is mainly (98%) located in striated muscle.
93 mg/dL cretina (o) -hombre 0-40 mg/24h -mujer 0-80 mg/24h creatin quinasa (CK) (s) isoenzimas de creatin 0-130 U/L quinasa (s) fraccion de MB >5 % creatinina (s) 0.
Furthermore it is indicated that the achievements or collapse of any organization depends on the technological competence of the organization as well as on the managing strategy to creatin decisions [13].
Se sabe que en especies como canino, felino, primate y otras especies menores la actividad de ALT en higado es muy alta, sin embargo, en bovinos, caprinos, ovinos, equinos y camelidos sudamericanos la actividad de ALT hepatica es muy baja, es por ello que la ALT no es utilizada en el diagnostico laboratorial de enfermedad hepatica en animales mayores, siendo evaluada junto a alanina aminotransferasa (AST) y la creatin kinasa (CK) en el diagnostico de patologias musculares (Kaneko, 2008).
Laboratory exams showed multiple abnormal values: mild inflammatory syndrome (increased leukocytes number and fibrinogen) with normal red blood cell count, mild increase of serum creatin kinase (CK) (total CK 705 U/l and CK-MB 52 U/l) and hyperglycemia (175 mg/dl).
Los examenes solicitados al ingreso fueron: hemoglobina 12,5 mg/dl, hematocrito 39%, leucocitos 18 000, neutrofilos 87%, bandas 3% plaquetas 355 000; creatin fosfoquinasa total (CPK) de 18 648 u/litro y creatinina de 1,5 mg/ dl Se le realizo un electrocardiograma que fue reportado como normal.
The knowledge-creating theory revisted: knowledge creatin as a synthesizing process.