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  • noun A salt or an ester of pyruvic acid.

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  • noun chemistry Any salt or ester of pyruvic acid.

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  • The expression of an enzyme known as pyruvate kinase is reduced in immune cells in pregnant women compared to non-pregnant women, according to Howard R.

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  • The expression of an enzyme known as pyruvate kinase is reduced in immune cells in pregnant women compared to non-pregnant women, according to Howard R.

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  • The expression of an enzyme known as pyruvate kinase is reduced in immune cells in pregnant women compared to non-pregnant women, according to Howard R.

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  • The expression of an enzyme known as pyruvate kinase is reduced in immune cells in pregnant women compared to non-pregnant women, according to Dr. Howard R.

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  • Lipoic acid is metabolized to its active form, include the Mitochondrial Research Society (Buffalo, diHydrolipoic acid (DHLA) inside the mitochondrion N.Y.), the Mitochondrial Physiology Network itself by the enzyme known as pyruvate dehydrogenase (Innsbruck, Austria), and the United Mitochondrial complex (PDH).

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  • The expression of an enzyme known as pyruvate kinase is reduced in immune cells in pregnant women compared to non-pregnant women, according to Howard R.

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  • To do that, they use an enzyme called pyruvate kinase M2 allows the sugar breakdown process to be used even though it is normally only activated in the absence of oxygen.

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  • The relevance to my analysis in The Edge of Evolution is that, like other mutations that help with malaria, these mutations, too, are ones which degrade the function of a normally very useful protein, called pyruvate kinase.

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  • Vander Heiden is now studying one of the key enzymes involved in cancer cells 'metabolic pathways, known as pyruvate kinase M2, with an eye toward developing drugs that could alter its activity and effectively starve cancer cells of the materials they need to grow and reproduce.

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  • Mitochondria use a chemical formed from the digestion of sugar and fats, called pyruvate, to make another substance called ATP

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