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Schweigert, F. J. (1998): Metabolism of carotenoids in mammals. In: Britton, G., Liaaen-Jensen, S. and Pfander, H. (eds) Carotenoids. Birkhauser Verlag, Basel, Boston, Berlin. pp. 249-284. Carotenoids

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Confavreux, C. B., Levine, R. L., Karsenty, G.: A paradigm of integrative physiology, the crosstalk between bone and energy metabolisms. Mol. Cell. End., 2009, 310 , 21

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Authors: Barbara Buday, Enikő Kulcsár, Botond Literáti Nagy, Tünde Horváth, Márta Vitai, Istvánné Vecsei, Katalin Bezzegh, József Kiss, Éva Péterfai, László Koltay, and László Korányi

Lee, N. K., Sowa, H., Hino, E. és mtsai: Endocrine regulation of energy metabolism by skeleton. Cell, 2007, 13 , 456–469. Hino E. Endocrine regulation of energy metabolism by

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Authors: Sándor Magony, Zsuzsanna Valkusz, Éva Csajbók, Krisztián Sepp, János Gardi, Mihály Szécsi, János Julesz, and Tibor Wittmann

Lakatos, P.: Disturbancies of the parathyreoid gland and calcium metabolism. In: Leövey, A., Nagy, V. E., Paragh, Gy., Rácz, K. (eds.). Handbook of endocrinology and metabolism. [A mellékpajzsmirigy

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Authors: Krisztina Kőhalmy, Damjana Rozman, Jean-Marc Pascussi, Enikő Sárváry, and Katalin Monostory

Tamási, V., Vereczkey, L., Falus, A. és mtsai: Some aspects of interindividual variations in the metabolism of xenobiotics. Inflamm. Res., 2003, 52 , 322

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Introduction Drugs, as molecules of non-natural chemical character for the human, are subjected to processes of absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion (known as ADME), regardless of the route of their

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Gyetvai, E., Rácz, I., Lásztity, D., Szalai, G., Janda, T., Marton, L., Horváth, E., Páldi, E. (2002): Effect of S-methylmethionine as a protective compound on the metabolism of agricultural plants at low temperature. Acta Biol. Szegediensis , 46

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Introduction Metabolism can be described as the set of chemical reactions that take place within the cell and involve energy flow and participation of certain enzymes. It consists of two fundamental processes: (a) Catabolism

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FASEB J 1996 10 461 Gross, K. C., Pharr, D. M.: A potential pathway for galactose metabolism

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