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  • noun Plural form of cofactor.

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Examples

  • As well, the nutrients necessary for the in vitro growth, provided from sunlight and carbon dioxide, have also been identified as viable cofactors in lab-raising large-scale quantities of meat.

    Organic Authority.com: McLab Burgers Coming Soon? New Advances in Lab-Grown Meat Technology Say Yes

  • A logical conclusion is that better sources of minerals, such as protein-bound forms, naturally accompanied by a wide variety of other bone-building cofactors, might be derived from plant sources.

    Forever Young

  • Instead of utilizing combinations of isolated stand-alone inorganic rock, bone, or shell forms of minerals (calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, and so on) or their laboratory-synthesized (chelated) versions, I recommend that we substitute pristine whole-plant forms of calcium, along with other mineral cofactors and indigenous naturally occurring phytocompounds.

    Forever Young

  • New and ongoing research provides exciting insights into the importance of a well-functioning skeletal system, the broader range of nutrients than calcium needed to form healthy bones, and the probable advantages of plant-form sources of minerals rich in calcium, magnesium, and a wide range of other naturally occurring cofactors.

    Forever Young

  • But I'm beginning now to think those cofactors may act indirectly by inducing mutations – oxidative stress, free radicals which can induce mutations in the virus.

    Luc Montagnier - Interview

  • Carrot Essence is made from fresh-squeezed organic carrot juice and whole acerola berries and contains all the nutrients, cofactors, and diverse antioxidants found naturally in these two whole foods.

    Forever Young

  • There are various cofactors, for example, that help the enzymes work faster e.g., the B vitamins.

    The Chemistry of Calm

  • There is also the possibility that some chemicals interfere with cellular utilization of thyroid hormone by attaching to the receptors and acting as agonists or antagonists of the hormone action itself, or by interacting with receptor cofactors.

    Environmental effects on the thyroid

  • Vitamins and minerals are the cofactors or coenzymes that make things runs smoothly.

    The UltraMind Solution

  • Not only is tree ring data an impure proxy for temperature, it is also not available in enough geographic/temporal density to provide accurate analyses — even if you could remove the effect of cofactors.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Climate Scientists, Unfiltered

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