Adjective(1) of or relating to or obtained from milk (especially sour milk or whey
(1) Cuinneog Natural Buttermilk is rich in natural lactic biotics and contains all the healthy ingredients of natural yoghurt.(2) I could also feel my legs thanking me for finally giving them a bit of steady riding rather than all-out lactic death.(3) None of the sterols tested at this level induced cytotoxicity as measured by lactic dehydrogenase release.(4) The fact that the administration of IV sodium bicarbonate has not been beneficial in lactic acidosis is difficult to interpret for several reasons.(5) We and others have shown that these patients have severely impaired exercise capacity and, in addition, do not exhibit a lactic acidosis threshold.(6) Screening patients for use of metformin and adherence to the above recommendations are important as mortality can be as high as 50% in patients who develop lactic acidosis.(7) It is the end-product of intense muscular activity in animals; a by-product of the alcoholic fermentation process in wines and beers; and the end-product of the metabolic action of the many lactic bacteria.(8) The AWPL, however, features eight-minute quarters providing 32 total minutes of game play and a little more lactic build-up, leg burn, and lung fatigue for the athletes.(9) A thoracocentesis revealed an exudative fluid with a lactic dehydrogenase level of 2093 U and a total protein level of 3.9 g/dL.(10) ├ö├ç├┐I decided to go up for five and come down before I got too much lactic build-up,├ö├ç├û she said.(11) Studies suggest that NRTI treatment of HIV patients causes mitochondrial myopathy, including ragged red fibers, cardiac myopathy with cardiac dilation and failure, neuropathy and lactic acidosis.(12) Relative contraindications include: history of alcoholism, hepatic impairment, suicidal intent, previous history of lactic acidosis, peripheral vascular disease, and angina.(13) Physicians and other health care providers should think about improving documentation of the risk of lactic acidosis and should offer counseling for patients who receive the drug, she said.(14) Reddy contends that, back in the 1930s and 1940s, there was more lactic flora in the milk.(15) By this time, I was bleeding at both knees, my head had become a swollen grenade of aching, pulsating annoyance, and my forearms were wrought with lactic distress.(16) The primary acids found in wine are malic, tartaric, lactic and citric.
(1) lactic acid :: 乳酸
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