Hyperaminoacidemia

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Hyperaminoacidemia refers to the condition of having an excess of amino acids in the bloodstream. There is evidence that hyperaminoacidemia increases protein synthesis and anabolism.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sheffield-Moore, M; Wolfe, RR; Gore, DC; Wolf, SE; Ferrer, DM; Ferrando, AA (2000). "Combined effects of hyperaminoacidemia and oxandrolone on skeletal muscle protein synthesis". American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism 278 (2): E273–9. PMID 10662711.