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ADP

Biochem adenosine diphosphate; a nucleotide derived from ATP with the liberation of energy that is then used in the performance of muscular work

ADP

(biochemistry)

ADP

(1) (Automatic Data Processing) Synonymous with data processing (DP), electronic data processing (EDP) and information processing.

(2) (Automatic Data Processing, Inc., Roseland, NJ, www.adp.com) An international computer services company that specializes in payroll processing. From a modest start in 1949 by founding brothers Henry and Joe Taub, ADP evolved from payroll assistance to modern day outsourcing of record keeping, benefit administration, retirement account services, human resources, and screening and selection services. The company's first salesman, credited with a huge role in the success of the business, was Frank Lautenberg, who rose through the ranks to be its president and left decades later to enter politics as a prominent senator from New Jersey.
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We performed the ADP-ribosylation assay with 600 ng of yeast eEF2, 0.
ADP-RIBOSYLATION OF EEF2 IN A COLORIMETRIC SOLID-PHASE ASSAY
To compare ADP-ribosylation of soluble eEF2, as described above, with immobilized eEF2,1.
DETECTION OF ADP-RIBOSYLATION AFTER WESTERN BLOTTING
Evidence indicates that ADP-ribosylation biology underlies the pathomechanisms of cancer, neurodegenerative and metabolic disorders.
Endocytosis of CT may follow one of three pathways: (i) lipid raft/caveolae mediated endocytic pathway, (ii) clathrin mediated endocytic pathway, or (iii) ADP-ribosylation factor 6 (Arf6)-associated endocytic pathway.
Partial blocking of the ADP-ribosylation site can be achieved by adding peptides to the amino terminal of CTA1 that produces steric hindrance on the enzymatically active site, thereby reducing the toxicity (56).

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