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  • n. Plural form of catabolite.

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  • Vine-ripened fruit is shown to contain twice as much of something than that of green-picked fruit - super-oxidants known as nonfluorescent chlorophyll catabolites (boy is that a mouthful!).

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  • Now, research shows that when ripe, these fruits contain additional potent disease fighters: NCCs short for nonfluorescent chlorophyll catabolites -- say that three times.

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  • (CO2) and the mineralized slurry constitute the ultimate catabolites of the participating bacteria and residual substances.

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  • "It must be noted that the great majority of the excreted flavan-3-ol catabolites are microbial ring fission valerolactones, raising the bioavailability figure to almost 40 per cent, and that it would be much more feasible for these compounds to be bioactive, based on their high concentration in biological fluids," wrote the researchers.

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  • "It must be noted that the great majority of the excreted flavan-3-ol catabolites are microbial ring fission valerolactones, raising the bioavailability figure to almost 40 per cent, and that it would be much more feasible for these compounds to be bioactive, based on their high concentration in biological fluids," wrote the researchers, led by Furio Brighenti from the Department of Public Health at the University of Parma.

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  • "Regular consumption of ready-to-drink green tea containing flavan-3-ols allows a non-marginal exposure of the human body to these catabolites, somehow justifying the numerous beneficial actions described as linked to green tea intake," they concluded.

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  • "To our surprise, in a simple comparison of obese and lean human metabolic profiles, the cluster of metabolites that were at the most discerningly high levels were BCAAs and their catabolites, not lipids and fatty acids as you might expect," he said.

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  • Remediation without the Accumulation of Catabolites: EHC yields rapid COI removal without accumulation of potentially problematic catabolites.

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