TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ANABOLITE»
The term «anabolite» is normally little used and occupies the 146.434
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANABOLITE»
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Gene Therapy in the Treatment of Cancer: Progress and Prospects
The nonhuman enzyme metabolically activates a nontoxic prodrug to a cytotoxic
anabolite. If the TRS is from a tumor-associated gene, such as carcinoembryonic
antigen (CEA), then the artificial gene will produce tumor-associated expression
Brian E. Huber, Ian Magrath, 2007
[22,50]. This means that, under conditions of catabolite limitation, Eqn. 70 will
give the most easily interpretable relation. Conversely, under anabolite limitation,
Eqn. 71 will be the most practical. Both equations predict a linear relation
Dictionary of Biological Psychology
... may not be unreservedly welcomed by those involved. L.JACOB HERBERG.
anabolism;. anabolic;. anabolite. see metabolism anaerobic Not requiring the
presence of free OXYGEN. anaesthesia Loss Dictionary of Biological Psychology
Research in Photosynthesis: Proceedings of the IXth ...
Glucose repression in higher plants is a type of anabolite repression in contrast
to catabolite repression in bacteria and yeast. Besides sugar repression,
transcriptional, repression of photosynthetic genes was found with acetate and
Deoxynucleoside Analogs in Cancer Therapy
Ara-C is a pro-drug and must be activated intracellularly to its triphosphate
anabolite to exert its cytotoxic effect. Only a small portion of the administered drug
is converted intracellularly to its active anabolite, cytosine arabi- noside
Godefridus J Peters, 2007
ANNUAL REPORTS IN MED CHEMISTRY V4 PPR
... the most potent known feedback inhibitor 7 of de novo purine nucleotide
biosynthesis,"3 is an anabolite of 6-mercaptopu_rqne69 (G-MP) may help
resolve the confusion concerning the mechanism of action of this important
ADV IN PHARMACOLOGY &CHEMOTHERAPY
... with I.-aspartic acid and GTP as variable substrates, the nucleotide exerted
noncompetitive inhibition, with apparent Kis of 11.6 and 8.8 M, respectively;
however, the anabolite was a formally competitive inhibitor versus IMP, with an
Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors in HIV/AIDS Therapy
Intracellular CBVTP and TFVDP were not altered during a period of 28 d after
discontinuation of either ABC or TDF. This lack of change in intracellular
phosphate anabolite was also shown in vitro when incubating cells with the
drugs either ...
Gail Skowron, Richard Ogden, 2007
Lewis' Dictionary of Toxicology
See anabiosis. anabolic. pertaining to or denoting anabolism. See also catabolic.
anabolic steroid. See steroid. anabolin. anabolite. anabolite (anabolin). any
product of anabolism. anabolism. those metabolic processes that produce
Current Medicinal Chemistry
Ribavirin produces IMPDH inhibition via its anabolite 5'- monophosphate.
Tiazofurin inhibits the enzyme after metabolic conversion into thiazole-4-
carboxamide adenine dinucleotide (TAD), an analogue of the cofactor NAD.