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Relating to or deriving from the metabolism of a living organism:‘a metabolic disorder’
- ‘This is a metabolic disorder whereby excess uric acid in the blood gets deposited in joints.’
- ‘These enzymes usually act in concert with other enzymes or proteins in DNA metabolic activity.’
- ‘These hormones are related to metabolism, and thus to nutritional and metabolic status.’
- ‘During exercise, coronary blood flow must increase to meet the higher metabolic demands of the myocardium.’
- ‘The first week after birth is a time of major metabolic and physiological adaptation for newborn infants.’
- ‘It may also become possible to boost oxygen uptake, cardiac output and metabolic efficiency.’
- ‘In a small fraction of cells severe decrease in metabolic activity may also occur.’
- ‘Vitamins are involved in all metabolic processes and are essential to life.’
- ‘Two key metabolic factors in photosynthetic cells have been shown to regulate photosynthesis.’
- ‘A hangover is a culmination of a number of metabolic processes and imbalances.’
- ‘These enzymes are believed to have roles in energy transfer and metabolic regulation in plant cells.’
- ‘In most cases of gout decreased urinary excretion of urate is the most common metabolic abnormality.’
- ‘From a metabolic perspective, threonine is one of three indispensable amino acids.’
- ‘It transports nutrients to cells and eliminates metabolic wastes, toxins and excess fluids from the body.’
- ‘Insulin resistance is an important pathogenic factor in common metabolic disorders.’
- ‘Respiration is a central metabolic process that contributes in many different ways to cell function.’
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