metabolite : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n any substance involved in metabolism (either as a product of metabolism or as necessary for metabolism)
- The Nature study focused on one particular metabolite, sarcosine, that was often found at elevated levels in samples taken from patients with advanced prostate cancer but was .
- More ingenious than simply poisoning the cancer cell was the idea that it might be fooled into accepting, instead of a normal food substance (metabolite), an analogue (close .
- The new test, for instance, shows that thalidomide does form a toxic metabolite, areneoxide, in the presence of liver tissue from rabbits, monkeys and humans, though not from rats.
- Jose Canseco in CNN International
There could be a metabolite from the past,Canseco said. "No one really knows how long steroids last in your actual system."
- Michael Crichton in guardian.co.uk
Unfortunately for the public, the Metabolite case is only one example of a much broader patent problem in this country,the bestselling novelist Michael Crichton wrote in the New York Times at the weekend. "We grant patents at a level of...
- Chely Wright in Chicago Tribune
Report has been received from International Weightlifting Federation that her (Shailaja's) sample has returned adverse analytical findings such as stanozol, a metabolite of stanozolol which is a anabolic steroid. We are shocked to receive the... Balbir Singh Sr. http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balbir_Singh_Sr.&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHXXERkb2zzeCMMw3_K9hY7_jSoCQ Hindu http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.hindu.com/2006/03/02/stories/2006030206822200.htm&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFnPuRHbnw1KNiAi59ofvyDL1RuTg Mar 1, 2006
63023 84062 metabolize I've yet to fully metabolize the impact this may or may not have on my career," Wright said before the parade. "But I've been amazed by the emotional breadth of the experience. It's been wonderful."