The half-life of RIV is short as compared to the established oral anticoagulants and is excreted one-third unmetabolised
by the kidneys, the remaining two-thirds are equally metabolized to inactive constituents and get excreted by kidneys and liver .
A deficiency leads to an accumulation of fetal and placental unmetabolised
long-chain fatty acids in the maternal circulation, causing hepatotoxicity.
Jaber suggests some basic precautionary measures one can take to avoid illnesses that can be caused from these largely unmetabolised
Using Bion's terms, alpha-function appears to be compromised or freezes, leading to the escalation of unmetabolised
affects and sensory impressions in the analytic space.
(27) But for something to be an 'irritant' its legitimacy somehow has to be recognised; for something to be unmetabolised
it must be noticed, it must be sweated in some way.
The native flavonolignans in the extract and the unmetabolised
compounds recovered in urine were quantified using calibration curves of the appropriate standard compound, whereas urinary metabolites (glucuronide, sulphate-glucuronide and cliglucuronide) were quantified as quercetin-glucuronide equivalents, monitoring the loss of the glucuronyl moiety.
Therefore the majority of filtered, unmetabolised
drug molecules are also reabsorbed.
In this study separate method of unmetabolised
I (free form) and its conjugated metabolites, i.e.
alcohol will still circulate to their unborn child.
Indeed, the [delta][sup.13]C values of the <63 [micro]m fractions in the 0-5 cm internal of the sand site are 0.3 to 0.6 [per thousand] lower than the bulk SOC, suggesting that the effect of microbial degradation in the absence of fine mineral material is to deplete the residual, unmetabolised
carbon in [sup.13]C.
After absorption, erythritol remains unmetabolised
and is excreted unchanged in the urine.
In this process, unmetabolised
affective experiences (beta elements) are transformed into thoughts that can be thought about (alpha elements).