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  • Lactate is a metabolite of the anaerobic metabolism of glucose (biomolecules are metabolized by enzymes [or chemical reactions] into metabolites). Basically, metabolism produces metabolites (if you want to be precise). Bacteria have an uncounted number ...

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    Good morning! Has anyone ever worked for Spire Learning?  Feel free to contact me offline. Thank you! Amy Cyr ------------------------------ Amy Cyr, MD Long-time AMWA Community stalker, rare contributor, newbie medical writer Marathon Medical Writing ...

  • We were given some as part of a course, but they belonged to our instructor and had been cleared to be shared. Of course, many of them contain proprietary information, so it's tricky to get them if you are not part of a program.  Dr. Benau might be able ...

  • Hi Naomi; As a former ADME person I understand your dilemma. It's as if the organism brakes down to lactate as a result of enzyme systems in the body. A more verbose yet less ambiguous way to phrase it might be just to say,  "Bacterium X will produce ...

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