Keto can refer to:

  • The Keto people, an ethnic group of the Siberian North.
  • Ceto or Keto, a sea goddess in Greek mythology.
  • Ketone or keto group, the functional group in the chemical compounds ketones.
  • Ketoconazole, a medication that can inhibit the production of testosterone in both the testes and adrenal gland.
  • Ketogenic diet
  • Low-carbohydrate diet
  • Ketō (毛唐) or ketōjin (毛唐人), a derogatory term in Japanese referring to a white person (see also gaijin)

Other articles related to "keto, ketos":

Ceto - Keto in Ancient Texts
... Hesiod's Theogony lists the children of Phorcys and Keto as Echidna, The Gorgons (Euryale, Stheno, and the infamous Medusa), The Graeae (Deino, Enyo ... as a child of Echidna by Typhon and therefore Phorcys and Keto's grandson ... Phorcys, but does not indicate whether Keto is her mother ...
Ceto - Keto in Popular Culture
... Pliny mentions worship of "storied Keto" at Joppa (now Jaffa), in a single reference, immediately after his mention of Andromeda, whom Perseus ... Keto also appears in Rick Riordan's "Mark of Athena", where her name is spelled Keto ... Gleeson Hedge gets attacked there by Phorcys, so Coach Hedge kanfu kicked Keto in the head and escapes with Percy and Frank ...
... Keto (Ancient Greek Κητώ, Kētō, "sea monster") - Latinized as Ceto - is a primordial sea goddess in Greek mythology, the daughter of Gaia and Pontus ... Keto was also variously called Crataeis (Κράταιις, Krataiis, from κραταιίς "mighty") and Trienus (Τρίενος, Trienos, from ... be confused with the minor Oceanid also named Keto — who appears in Hesiod's Theogony as a separate character from Keto the daughter of Pontus and Gaia — or with various mythological beings referred to as ketos (plur ...
Colitose - Biosynthesis
... The resulting product, GDP-4-keto-6-deoxymannose, then reacts with the PLP-dependent enzyme GDP-4-keto-6-deoxymannose-3-dehydratase (ColD), which ... In the final step, the product of ColD, GDP-4-keto-3,6-dideoxymannose, reacts with ColC, which reduces the ketone functionality at C-4 back to an ...