• mechanisms
  • With respect to the potential mechanisms of sarcopenia in patients with cancer, the most important is the use of endogenous amino acids by the liver to produce antitumor proteins through the consumption of skeletal muscle in an inefficient manner, with 2.6 g of muscle protein required to synthesize 1 g of fibrinogen ( 11 ). (spandidos-publications.com)
  • effects
  • There are several ways that an adult can slow the process of sarcopenia and eventually reject the negative effects the disease has on them. (wikibooks.org)