hexose phosphate

hexose phosphate

[′hek‚sōs ′fäs‚fāt]
(biochemistry)
Any one of the phosphoric acid esters of a hexose, notably glucose, formed during the metabolism of carbohydrates by living organisms.
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Some of these virulence factors have easily detectable phenotypes, such as hemolysis on blood agar, PlcB phospholipase activity on egg yolk agar, and Hpt hexose phosphate transporter activity in acidification test (2,12).
Despite deproteinization of the erythrocytes, we found large intraassay variations for the triose phosphates and hexose phosphates, which were ascribed to enzymatic conversion.
Because the method quantifies total HMP content, not gal-1-P per se, it has a potential role in the diagnosis and monitoring of other disorders with affected metabolism of hexose phosphates as well as a potential for analytical interference.