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ca·tab·o·lite

 (kə-tăb′ə-līt′)
n.
A substance produced by the process of catabolism.

catabolite

(kəˈtæbəˌlaɪt)
n
(Biochemistry) a substance produced as a result of catabolism

ca•tab•o•lite

(kəˈtæb əˌlaɪt)

n.
a product of catabolism.
[1905–10]
Translations
catabolite
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Also, the composition of the microbiota determines the levels and nature of tryptophan catabolites, which in turn have profound effects on epithelial barrier integrity.
5 Tryptophan reducing enzyme indoleamine-2,3-dioxygenase causes tryptophan catabolites increase in HD patients.
2012) Cellular prion and its catabolites in the brain: production and function.
Urobilinogen is reabsorbed into the bloodstream, filtered by the kidneys, and its catabolites are then excreted in urine giving it the characteristic yellow color.
Supplemental fructooligosaccharides and mannanoligosaccharides influence immune function, ileal and total tract nutrient digestibilities, microbial populations and concentrations of protein catabolites in large bowel of dogs.
The authors underline that drugs for UI control are a relevant conservation treatment although they may cause difficulties in eliminating catabolites and causing an accumulation of toxic substance and adverse reactions due to medicine interactions (Lazari et al.
The level of glucose and pyruvate were not changed between the two groups, whereas the glucose catabolites (such as sorbitol, D-myo-inositol, and fructose) were increased significantly in DA group.
4) found a direct cross-sectional association between a principal component-derived factor with BCAAs and related catabolites and prevalent myocardial infarction.
a+b] breakdown is a multistep pathway that, in addition to the required catabolic enzymes, requires transport processes for the export of catabolites (Matile & al.
Maes, "Bipolar disorder: role of immuneinflammatory cytokines, oxidative and nitrosative stress and tryptophan catabolites," Current Psychiatry Reports, vol.
The new equipments, as those for artificial respiration, cardiac resuscitation, for maintaining the function of the cord and lungs, of blood cleaning from toxic catabolites, are a few examples.
Iron deficiency induces a range of violations of free radical oxidation, as evidenced by the increase of catabolites of lipid peroxidation and the development of endogenous intoxication to raise the average molecular weight peptides.