from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To undergo or cause to undergo catabolism.
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- v. to undergo catabolism
- v. to cause a substance to undergo catabolism
- v. to produce a substance using catabolism
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- v. subject to catabolism
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So maintaining an adequate protein intake ensures that you have plenty of substrate for gluconeogenesis without having to catabolize muscle mass to make sugar.
You must keep protein intake up during low-carb dieting so that you have more than enough protein available for gluconeogenesis without having to catabolize your muscle mass.
Dr Eades wrote, “You must keep protein intake up during low-carb dieting so that you have more than enough protein available for gluconeogenesis without having to catabolize your muscle mass.”
It would seem therefore that hypophysectomy diminishes the capacity of the organism to catabolize body protein and to form glucose from this protein.
T. gondii enzymes with tryptophan, but the enzymes were able to catabolize tyrosine and phenylalanine.
Thus the enzymes catabolize phenylalanine to tyrosine and tyrosine to
That level of exercise requires a lot of protein or your body will be forced to catabolize it's own lean tissue.
Accordingly, adding SSA to the culture medium could artificially increase the content of SSA in mutant plants that are already unable to catabolize this toxic metabolite, resulting in even more dramatic effects and increased oxidative stress.
Fig. 9B, we observed that a SAP antiserum was able to reduce the activity of GAS to catabolize pullulan, up to 50\% of the initial activity.
it can also be an use for immunotherapy for allergies, chron's disease, tb. also used to catabolize the degradation of waste you throw on the river, emma.