n.1.(Physiol.) A product of metabolic action.
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There have been many studies describing extraction methods of mesostate in TCA and modern analysis techniques for phosphorylation products in most of the central metabolic pathways.
These findings imply that the levels of Cr typically decrease due to weakened aerobic metabolism during NEB, which is an important mesostate of the TCA cycle.
On extension, a point in the glassy unoriented material ([Alpha] state) reaches [[Epsilon].sub.dr], and then undergoes a transition to a rubbery mesostate [Beta].