Pioglitazone is a 1:1 mixture of two mirror-image compounds (R- and S-stereoisomers) that interconvert
How can one define, interconvert
, and compare concentrations in a tissue (cell aggregate), a body fluid, and a cell culture medium?
Pioglitazone is a 1: 1 mixture of two mirror-image compounds (stereoisomers) that interconvert
Both centers accommodate the same amount of oxygen deficiency and it is suggested that at some configurations they can interconvert
. Details of this process in [alpha]-quartz are still not unambiguously established 
CSCs and non-CSC populations have also been proved able to interconvert
each other depending on external stimuli, namely, factors coming from the microenvironment or in response to treatment.
The tissue effects of glucocorticoids are for an important part regulated by 11 [beta]-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (11[beta]-HSD) isozymes, which interconvert
Cortisol with its inert metabolite cortisone.
The two forms can interconvert
and there have been speculations that they can be related to low- and high-density forms of liquid water.
The composition of the sulfate salt formed is also important; sodium sulfates may interconvert
between the 10 hydrate and the anhydrous salt.
Three properties of the metabolic models are of particular utility for comparative studies: (1) metabolic models connect gene function with metabolic function via their gene-protein-reaction rules, (2) the metabolic network is topologically defined by metabolites and the reactions that interconvert
them, rather than the genes that facilitate those interconversions, and (3) metabolic networks coupled with modeling techniques allow for the identification of function redundancy/degeneracy.
Importantly, the various forms of APN do not interconvert
in the serum .
Development and evaluation of empirical equations to interconvert
between twelfth-rib and kidney, pelvic, and heart fat respective fat weights and to predict initial conditions of fat deposition models for beef cattle.