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The researchers then placed the tissue samples in a sealed chamber, fed them pyruvate, and measured how much oxygen the cells used up to metabolize the chemical.
Eukaryotes arose about 2 billion years ago, when a bacterium that could metabolize oxygen for energy took up residence inside an archaeal cell.DNA’s Histone Spools Hint at How Complex Cells Evolved|Viviane Callier|May 10, 2021|Quanta Magazine
It metabolizes alcohol and other bad moleculesThe alcohol we consume can’t be directly excreted—it has to be transformed to be eliminated.
Degrading alcohol is a multi-step process that happens in the liver, where cells metabolize it using a series of enzymes working in a tidy cascade of reactions.
We’re primed to metabolize breakfast before even taking a bite.Daylight saving time begins Sunday: 8 things to know about “springing forward”|Brian Resnick|March 12, 2021|Vox
Some metabolize codeine quite poorly and have inadequate pain control as a result.Codeine Still Widely Prescribed to Kids Despite Decades-Old Warnings|Russell Saunders|April 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hormonal excesses in the blood require a clean and healthy liver to metabolize and excrete.Can Food Make You Infertile? Foods to Eat and Avoid|Anneli Rufus|December 9, 2011|DAILY BEAST
“Metabolism is as unique as a fingerprint, some people metabolize food very fast and others very slow,” says Plano.