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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of tmao

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of tmao:
/tmaw/

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  1. Shifting topics, around the 2 hour 29 minute mark, Dr. Kahn brings up TMAO: TMAO. If you
  2. rich in choline, those directly led your liver to create TMAO. What does TMAO do? It stuns
  3. And... TMAO, if you look at a graph - the increase in TMAO from eggs, beef, cheese,
  4. into TMAO whereas others don't. A lot of scientists have speculated that high TMAO levels are
  5. trimethylamine N-oxide, or TMAO for short, which can help stabilize proteins.
  6. TMAO is common in fish, and the deeper you go, the more of it they tend to have.
  7. fish would need so much TMAO to withstand the pressure
  8. JOEL KAHN: He won't TMAO if you do, though.
  9. TMAO, trimethylamine oxide.
  10. heme iron, TMAO and Neu5GC and heterocyclic amines formed from cooking. He then points
  11. reduce heterocyclic amines. Neu5Gc wasnt addressed but TMAO is discussed later in the
  12. Actually Joel, what in the diet increases TMAO orders of magnitude more-
  13. milk, clams and then look at cod and halibut. Cod and halibut are increasing TMAO, as I
  14. TMAO to know is that certain types of gut bacteria metabolize choline and carnitine
  15. is an antibiotic that treats bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine reduces serum TMAO
  16. The conversation on TMAO eventually fizzled out and later on Kahn and Kresser agreed that
  17. investigated - things like heterocyclic amines, TMAO, Neu5GC, Arachadonic acid, and the list