a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived from, glycide; as, glycidic acid.
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In the discharge of its mandate, INCB had conducted an independent assessment and submitted to the Commission recommendations to place alpha-phenylacetoacetamide (APAA), a precursor of amphetamine and methamphetamine, and two 3,4-MDP-2-P methyl glycidic acid derivatives (precursors of MDMA (ecstasy)) in Table I of the Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances of 1988.
Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), a widely distributed enzyme found in the cytosol, catalyzes the reduction of pyruvate to lactate and is of fundamental importance in processes involving glycidic metabolism in anaerobiosis.
The estrogen hormone stimulate the secretion of the vestibular glands which enrich the glandular fluid with sialic acid, glycidic radicals with both neutral and sulfated mucins.
As for food intake, besides the quantitative restriction identified by the Brazilian Food Insecurity Scale (EBIA), FNI has also been associated with a lower dietary quality, with lower consumption of protein-rich foods (belonging to the group of legumes, milk and derivatives, meat and eggs) and regulators (fruits and vegetables), as well as greater lack of meals and glycidic uptake (9).
The synovial fluid is constantly renewed and, when it crosses back the intima layer, it is affected by the macrophage-like type A cells that phagocyte the proteic and glycidic part of the fluid.