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5 links the sequences of microbial genomes to metabolic pathways that have been rigorously curated by SRI scientists.
The team measured the levels of a large number of metabolites, both those already known and many as yet uncharacterised, from many different metabolic pathways.
Metabolism and Nutrition in Oncology is an Open Access journal covering all aspects of metabolic pathways in cancer.
Global Bioenergies demonstrates a novel metabolic pathway enabling the direct conversion of renewable resources to propylene, one of the main building blocks of the petrochemical industry.
Recently, however, increasing evidence suggests that, in addition to glycolysis, other metabolic pathways may also play a role in cancer, with important therapeutic implications.
The Krebs cycle is the metabolic pathway that takes carbohydrates, proteins, and fats and converts them into carbon dioxide and water to generate a usable form of energy for the body.
Researchers think that the polyamines may act as signaling molecules and steer metabolic pathways so fruits produce more phytonutrients.
IPA's search capabilities provide users with access to the highest quality detail-rich knowledge available on genes, drugs, chemicals, protein families, cellular and disease processes, and signaling and metabolic pathways.
tuberculosis uses for defense, researchers are homing in on ways to shut down metabolic pathways that keep the microbe alive day to day.
Metabolic pathways are no longer growing edge, replaced by genomics, immunology, neurobiology, pharmacology.
0 of pathSCOUT enables researchers to create interactive metabolic pathway graphs on the fly, to integrate proprietary metabolic pathways data with information from the public domain, and to make that combined information available to the entire organization.
Rhabdomyolysis has also been associated with the use of lipid lowering agents with other drugs that inhibit the metabolic pathways of these drugs.