nonprotein


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nonprotein

(ˌnɒnˈprəʊtiːn)
adj
not protein
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The main reason for this research is to verify this nonprotein tryptophan in bovilian quinoa as compared to the flour of common grains (Comai et al., 2007).
Nonprotein thiols and disulfides in rat epididymal spermatozoa and epididymal fluid: role of Y-glutamyl-transpeptidase in sperm maturation.
Cirrhotic patients having last eaten at 7 pm the day before will be experiencing starvation at the same level as a healthy person who has fasted for 3 days in the morning and will be experiencing reduction of nonprotein respiratory quotient (npRQ) because of an increased fat-burning rate [3,4].
Zhu et al., "Determination of Nonprotein Nitrogen Components of Milk by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance," Analytical Letters, vol.
A fraction of liver homogenate was centrifuged at 2000 xg for 15 min to yield a supernatant that was used to determine the activity of antioxidant enzymes and the contents of nonprotein thiol groups (NPSH) and protein carbonyl groups.
In contrast, glutathione peroxidase, glutathione reductase, glutathione-S-transferase, total sulfhydryl, and nonprotein sulfhydryl were markedly increased both in MAP and SAP after Nar treatment.
Chronic high glucose concentration causes tissue injury, in turn, leads to increasing nonprotein nitrogen substances.
In the last few years, genome comparison across different species highlighted that, on the evolutionary scale, organismal complexity is directly correlated with the extent of the nonprotein coding (herein referred as noncoding) fraction of the total genome [1, 2].
Certainly, alternative myokines as well as nonprotein factors may underlie our finding.