Now, some scientists think that excess homocysteine may also be a factor in poor mental health and that nearly one in six cases of depression in the elderly could be avoided by using aspirin to lower levels in the blood.
What does HCY stand for?
HCY stands for Homocysteine
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Samples in periodicals archive:
We defined hyperhomocysteinemia on the basis of the peak homocysteine concentrations after methionine loading in 25 obligate heterozygotes (i.
They produced only moderate reductions in homocysteine levels in people already gravely ill with cardiovascular disease.
Elevated homocysteine can be caused by a vitamin [B.
A separate four-year study of 800 older Italians found a higher risk of Alzheimer's disease in those with low folate or high homocysteine levels.
the amino acid homocysteine is produced upon the chemical breakdown of certain proteins in the body.
is pleased to announce the addition of Homocysteine to their already diverse testing menu for the Poly-Chem(R) analyzer.
In the 1960s, scientists discovered that people with a gene mutation that leads to extremely high concentrations of the amino acid homocysteine in their blood are prone to heart problems and bone deformities.