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A phosphate, an inorganic chemical, is a salt of phosphoric acid. ... the group donates the two hydrogen atoms and ionizes as a phosphate group with a ...
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Hypophosphatemia is an electrolyte disturbance in which there is an abnormally low level of phosphate in the blood. The condition has many causes, but is most commonly seen when malnourished patients are given large amounts...
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Phosphate,group,biological,biology dictionary,biology terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... the phosphate group must then be removed so that ...
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Nutritional and other training tips to improve personal performance for ... an amino acid base (adenosine), a sugar (ribose) and three phosphate groups. ...
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(f) Phosphate group (-O-PO3, i.e., -PO4) ... (16) Phosphate group (inorganic phosphate, Pi) ... (e) Phosphate groups play important roles especially in the ...
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... A general method to study the phosphate group of phosphoenzym : Encyclopedia.com ... Hubei Xingfa Group has abundant phosphate rock resources and is highly ...
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Prediction of secondary ionization of the phosphate group in phosphotyrosine pep - ABSTRACT A computational approach, based on a continuum molecular elec : ...
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PubChem ... phosphate-group - Compound Summary (CID 1003) Table of Contents ... SID 3071 - External ID: PHOSPHATE-GROUP. Physical Properties: 1 Link ...
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Linear (oxidative) portion of the Pentose Phosphate Pathway ... See notes on Pyruvate Dehydrogenase, which also utilizes TPP as prosthetic group. ...
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There are 2 ways to increase our strength. ... After losing a phosphate group ATP becomes ADP (Adenosine DiPhosphate) ... its own phosphate group to ADP in ...
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two phosphate groups. c. ribose. d. adenine. Hint. 4. ... a third phosphate group is bonded to an ATP molecule. c. the third phosphate group breaks off from an ...
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The phosphate ester of alpha-tocopherol is found in some plant and animal tissues. ... linked by a phosphate group (1B^). Alpha-tocopheryl phosphate is water soluble, ...
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