Pyruvate is formed when sugar is broken down for energy in the presence of oxygen (aerobic metabolism).
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a nutritional supplement that has been found to enhance athletic performance and possibly aid in burning fat.
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(= 2-oxopropanoate; CH3COCOO-) Important intermediate in many metabolic pathways, particularly of glucose metabolism and the synthesis of many amino acids.
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<biochemistry> Pyruvate is the final product of glycolysis. You get two molecules of pyruvate for every molecule of glucose that goes through glycolysis. ... (22 Aug 1998) ...
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(pi´roo-vāt) a salt, ester, or anion of pyruvic acid. Pyruvate is the end product of glycolysis and may be metabolized to lactate or to acetyl CoA.
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(from the article `metabolism`) ...yield a large variety of commercially important products. Thus, for example, if the oxidation (removal of electrons or hydrogen atoms) of some ... ...on acetate do not contain high levels of these intermediates because they are continuously being removed for biosyn...
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(Pyr) Type: Term Pronunciation: pī′rū-vāt Definitions: 1. A salt or ester of pyruvic acid.
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Supplement to help add in the burning of fat; little scientific evidence to support its claims
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Formed in the body during digestion of carbohydrates and protein, some studies indicate that it may help with weight loss. Although it appears to be safe, claims of boosting metabolism, decreasing appetite and aiding in weight loss require further study.
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