A product of metabolism; a substance produced by metabolic action, as urea.
an organism's low-molecular-weight molecules (e.g., amino acids, peptides, lipids, carbohydrates) – biochemical byproducts that result when a substance breaks down (metabolizes).
Any product of metabolism, such as an intermediate or waste product.For example, the popular supplement HMB is a metabolite, or breakdown product, of the amino acidleucine.
a chemical product of metabolism.
A substance produced in or by biological processes.
The intermediates and products of metabolism; usually restricted to small molecules. A primary metabolite is essential for normal growth, development, and reproduction. A secondary metabolite is not essential for normal growth, development and reproduction, but usually has important ecological function (e.g., antibiotics).
a substance that is the product of breakdown reactions in the body. Drugs are broken down in the body to one or more metabolites. A drug may act primarily through its metabolites.
a substance which is produced or takes part in a chemical process within a living organism.
The biochemical processes that sustain a living cell or organism. Usually divided into two types: catabolism, the breakdown of complex substances into simple ones, with the release energy; and anabolism, the building up of complex substances from simpler ones, with the absorption or storage of energy. Molecules that are part of these processes are metabolites.
any substance that takes part in a chemical reaction in the body
a substance necessary for or taking part in a particular metabolic (chemical) process in the body
A substance produced as a result of a metabolic process.
A compound derived from metabolic transformation of a herbicide by plants or other organisms.
A compound produced from the chemical changes of a drug in the body.
A substance involved in metabolism, being either synthesized during metabolism or taken in from the environment.
Any substance produced or used during metabolism (digestion). In drug use, a metabolite usually refers to the end-product (what is remaining after metabolism). ( source)
a chemical compound created when the patient's body metabolizes the active ingredient of a drug product
a drug that is created by the body when you take another drug
a substance that is produced by metabolism, the breakdown of complex organic constituents of the body with the liberation of energy for use in body functions
a substance that results after the body has processed (metabolized) the drug
A chemical intermediate in metabolic reactions.
A product of the breakdown of a chemical. For example, nonylphenol is a metabolite of nonylphenol ethoxylate.
Substance produced by means of a metabolic process.
One particular chemical intermediate generated in metabolism.
Français] Product of a chemical reaction that required the breaking down of a molecule by an enzyme in order for the cell to obtain energy for vital functions.
Product of the chemical changes in living cells by which energy is provided for vital processes and new material is assimilated.
Usually a low molecular weight compound that is either used in or produced by an enzyme-catalyzed reaction. If the enzyme is dysfunctional, a metabolite used by the reaction it catalyzes will accumulate, whereas a metabolite formed as a result of the reaction will be absent or reduced in concentration. Mutation - Any change in the nucleotide sequence of DNA.
Chemical product derived from breakdown (metabolism) of another chemical; may be biologically active or inactive; an active metabolite of an antiepileptic drug can be effective in controlling seizures or can cause or contribute to the drug's adverse effects.
Substances produced by body functions
A product of metabolism (transformation by the body) of another drug.
A cellular chemical produced as part of metabolism.
An intermediate product of metabolism, i. e. a term for compounds/substances (also drugs) produced by metabolism.
any molecule or substance produced by metabolism.
A modified form or byproduct of a drug produced by the body's metabolic process.
a substance, which is either acted upon or produced in the process of metabolism.
a chemical product formed upon the breakdown of a pesticide or other chemical. Also known as a degradate.
The product of a metabolic process or pathway.
a chemical produced in the body following the absorption and processing of a parent chemical.
A substance essential to the metabolism of a particular metabolic process.
Any intermediate or product resulting from metabolism After Nagel et al. (eds), 1991 RT biotransformation
A metabolite is a substance that takes part in the process of metabolism, which involves the breakdown of complex organic constituents of the body with the liberation of energy for use in bodily functioning. The various compounds that take part in or are formed by these reactions are called metabolites.
Any substance used in the metabolic process.
A compound derived from the metabolism of another compound is said to be a metabolite of that compound.
Any substance produced by metabolism or by a metabolic process. See also Metabolism.
organic substance resulting from enzymatic reactions.
Substance that takes part in the process of metabolism; used by or produced by enzyme reactions or other metabolic processes.
Each step of the metabolic pathway is catalysed by a different enzyme, the end product being called a metaolite
decomposition product of some other substance. If you can't detect the substance, you may be able to find the metabolites.
Any product of metabolism, especially a transformed chemical.
A substance, by-product, waste product, or endotoxin produced as the result of metabolism.
1. Any substance involved in metabolism (either as a product of metabolism or as necessary for metabolism). 2. Essential to the chemical changes that take place in a cell or an organism that produce energy and basic materials needed for important life processes, such as mitosis. find all NHC pages containing: metabolite
Any of the various bio-organic compounds produced by metabolism.
Any product (foodstuff, intermediate, waste product) of metabolism.