lactate

IPA: ɫˈækteɪt

noun

  • (chemistry) Any salt or ester of lactic acid
  • Ellipsis of lactate ion.

verb

  • (intransitive) To secrete or produce milk

Examples of "lactate" in Sentences

  • Lactate is a product of pyruvate oxidation.
  • Male goats are known to lactate on occasion.
  • Calcium lactate is often found in aged cheeses.
  • Are you using the term to include glucose to lactate
  • Reduction by the lactate dehydrogenase produces lactate.
  • The biomarker, a tumor-derived enzyme known as lactate dehydrogenase
  • Not lactate, which is an entirely different chemical that bothers no one with lactose intolerance.
  • The researchers are investigating whether it is possible to apply the same approach to lactate, which is also present in sweat.
  • Benito Lopez and colleagues are investigating whether it is possible to apply the same approach to lactate, which is also present in sweat.
  • These workouts, sometimes called lactate threshold runs, raise your anaerobic threshold, the point at which leg-tiring lactic acid will build up in the muscle.
  • Elevated levels of an enzyme called lactate dehydrogenase LDH also may be a clue to the presence of liver disease, especially if your alkaline phosphatase level is elevated too.
  • One involves the uptake of sugars that are broken down in the cytoplasm into a molecule called lactate by a process called glycolysis, which quickly yields a small amount of ATP, the enzyme that provides cellular energy.
  • COOPER: An unusual protest in New York this week caught our attention, organized by women who've adopted an interesting name for themselves, a name they take from the verb to lactate, which is what females of the species naturally do after they've given birth.

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