sodium phytate

sodium phytate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′fī‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
C6H9O24P6Na9 A hygroscopic, water-soluble powder; used as a chelating agent for trace metals and in medicine.
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The enzyme exhibited Km and Vmax values of 50 mM and 2500 umole/min respectively when sodium phytate was used as substrate.
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Phytic acid was estimated according to Latta and Eskin [19] using the standard curve prepared with synthetic sodium phytate and expressed as g/100g on dry weight basis.
One FTU is defined as the amount of enzyme that generates 1 [micro]-mole of inorganic phosphorus per min from an excess of sodium phytate at pH 5.
The material was incubated with (A) or without (B) 5mM of sodium phytate, including a control without sample (C), but with sodium phytate.
5; temperature 37degC; substrate: sodium phytate in a concentration of 0.
One FTU is the amount of enzyme that liberates one micromole of inorganic phosphate per minute from a sodium phytate substrate at pH 5.
The phytic acid content was calculated from a standard curve run using sodium phytate (Wako Company, USA)