glyco-


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glyco-

(word root) sweet
Examples of words with the root glyco-: glycolipid

glyco-

or glyc-
pref.
1. Sugar: glycoprotein.
2. Glycogen: glycogenesis.

[From Greek glukus, sweet.]

glyco-

or before a vowel

glyc-

combining form
indicating sugar: glycogen.
[from Greek glukus sweet]

glyco-

a combining form meaning “a sugar,” “compound containing or yielding a sugar”: glycolipid.
Compare gluco-.
[< Greek glykýs sweet]
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Accordingly, when BAs accumulate in liver cells, genes controlling their synthesis, such as the cytochrome P450 (CYP)7A1 and 27A1, are repressed [7] leading to an increased formation of the less toxic glyco- and tauro-conjugated BAs [8].
([degrees]C) glyco- (dL/g) 6] g) lates 1a Sb 2.8 5 0.08 2083 295 1b Sb 2.8 7 0.10 1488 290 1c Ti 2.8 7 0.10 1488 272 1d Ti 1.4 7 0.10 1488 274 1c Sb 1.9 5 0.08 2083 302 1f Sb 3 7 0.10 1488 290 2a Sb 3 5 0.08 2083 296 2b Sb 3 7 0.10 1488 290 3a Sb 4.5 5 0.08 2083 295 3b Sb 4.5 7 0.10 1488 289 3c Sb 10 7 0.10 1488 289 3d Al 2.8 7 0.10 1488 289 3c Al 2.8 7 0.10 1488 289 3f Ti 3 7 0.10 1488 272 3g Ti 3 7 0.10 1488 275 Pre-polymerizer Cata- Calc, Calc.
In the normal, healthy state, the Krebs cycle (KC) supplies hydrogen from glyco- and lipolysis in the form of NAD[H.sub.2] and FAD[H.sub.2] from KC to ETC.