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Creatine is an endogenous amino acid which is synthesized from simpler amino acids, namely glycine, arginine and the sulfur-containing amino acid methionine. Approximately 95 percent of creatine in the body is stored in skeletal muscle.
New biochemical mechanism in cells is crucial component of anti-aging program

New biochemical mechanism in cells is crucial component of anti-aging program

Boosting energy levels within damaged nerve fibers may promote axonal regeneration

Boosting energy levels within damaged nerve fibers may promote axonal regeneration

Increasing energy supply within injured spinal cord nerves could help them heal

Increasing energy supply within injured spinal cord nerves could help them heal

PerkinElmer provides newborn screening assay for PPMD’s New York State pilot program

PerkinElmer provides newborn screening assay for PPMD’s New York State pilot program

Machine learning algorithm predicts life expectancy in heart failure patients

Machine learning algorithm predicts life expectancy in heart failure patients

GlobalData: New unpronounceable ingredients are leaving consumers confused

GlobalData: New unpronounceable ingredients are leaving consumers confused

Molecular gatekeepers that regulate calcium ions vital for muscle health and repair

Molecular gatekeepers that regulate calcium ions vital for muscle health and repair

Creatine powers fight against cancer, improves efficacy of immunotherapies

Creatine powers fight against cancer, improves efficacy of immunotherapies

Creatine serves as a molecular battery to power killer T cells' fight against cancer

Creatine serves as a molecular battery to power killer T cells' fight against cancer

Managing fluid volume and salt losses during a marathon may help avoid post-race kidney injury

Managing fluid volume and salt losses during a marathon may help avoid post-race kidney injury

Liver dysfunction provokes cerebral molecular disturbances in two weeks

Liver dysfunction provokes cerebral molecular disturbances in two weeks

Extremely strenuous exercise can overload the heart without increasing cardiac risk

Extremely strenuous exercise can overload the heart without increasing cardiac risk

Researchers measure brain metabolite levels in people with mild memory problems

Researchers measure brain metabolite levels in people with mild memory problems

Statins associated with low risk of side effects

Statins associated with low risk of side effects

Takeda announces positive Phase 3 ALTA-1L data in first-line therapy for advanced ALK+ NSCLC

Takeda announces positive Phase 3 ALTA-1L data in first-line therapy for advanced ALK+ NSCLC

Lumos acquires license for LUM-201 drug that promotes secretion of growth hormone

Lumos acquires license for LUM-201 drug that promotes secretion of growth hormone

CHMP adopts positive opinion of Takeda’s ALUNBRIG for treatment of ALK+ non-small cell lung cancer

CHMP adopts positive opinion of Takeda’s ALUNBRIG for treatment of ALK+ non-small cell lung cancer

Researchers discover potential new approach to block growth of HER2 positive breast cancer

Researchers discover potential new approach to block growth of HER2 positive breast cancer

Drinking alcohol alters adolescents’ metabolism and grey matter volume

Drinking alcohol alters adolescents’ metabolism and grey matter volume

FDA approves first oral medication for adults with moderately to severely active ulcerative colitis

FDA approves first oral medication for adults with moderately to severely active ulcerative colitis