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  • adjective Not oxidative

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non- +‎ oxidative

Examples

  • Harber et al (5), oxidative glucose disposal decreased 90%, whereas nonoxidative glucose disposal increased.

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  • This means that the rate of nonoxidative glucose disposal (ie, carbohydrate storage) increased in the postabsorptive state with the5%carbohydrate diet.

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  • This research group used stable-isotope and euglycemic hyperinsulinemic clamp techniques to partition glucose disposal into oxidative and nonoxidative disposal (22).

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  • Allick et al concluded that it was remarkable that, in the context of diabetes risk, 2 aspects of glucose homeostasis actually improved after consumption of the high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet: basal endogenous glucose production decreased, and insulin-stimulated nonoxidative glucose disposal increased.

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  • Clinically, patients with extensive cancer burden have a tendency to develop thiamine depletion, which is a cofactor for TK-mediated reactions, emphasizing the importance of the nonoxidative PPP for tumor growth.

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  • The nonoxidative pentose phosphate pathway (PPP), which allows six-carbon glucose conversion to five-carbon ribose for DNA or RNA synthesis, is of utmost importance for the proliferation process and produces

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  • Compared to glucose, fructose induces is preferentially metabolized via the nonoxidative pentose phosphate pathway to synthesize nucleic acids and increase uric acid production.

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  • The nonoxidative PPP, controlled by transketolase (TK) enzyme reactions, is encoded by three human TK genes: TKT, TKTL1, and TKTL2

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  • Compared to glucose, fructose enters the nonoxidative pentose phosphate shunt and is used to synthesize nucleic acids.

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