glucose phosphate

glucose phosphate

[′glü‚kōs ′fäs‚fāt]
(biochemistry)
A phosphoric derivative of glucose, as glucose-1-phosphate.
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Decreased insulin activates the phosphorylase enzyme to break the glycogen to glucose phosphate.
The components are (1) tumor markers: HCG-lntact Hormone by IRMA, HCG-Total Hormone (intact, nicked intact, free [beta], nicked, and free [beta], fragments) by chemiluminescence, HCG-Urine test by chemiluminescence, PHI enzyme (phosphohexose isomerase or glucose phosphate isomerase) by enzyme kinetics, and CEA (carcinoembryonic antigen) by chemiluminescence; and (2) peripherally related assays: GGTP, TSH, and DHEA-S.
Glucose phosphate dehydrogenase deficient red cells: resistance to infection by malaria parasites.
003 dehydrogenase glucose phosphate isomerase GPI 1.
An anion is any negatively charged ion, including chloride ion, phosphate ion, glucose phosphate, and ATP.