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ATP:

see adenosine triphosphateadenosine triphosphate
(ATP) , organic compound composed of adenine, the sugar ribose, and three phosphate groups. ATP serves as the major energy source within the cell to drive a number of biological processes such as photosynthesis, muscle contraction, and the synthesis of
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Sir Maurice Flanagan, the executive vice-chairman of Emirates Airline and Group said: "We see it as a natural extension of our current presence at high profile tennis events including sponsorship of several ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events, the Emirates Airline US Open Series and being an official partner of the US Open.
This long-term commitment from Emirates is a testament to the world-class entertainment that is enjoyed by millions of fans across the world on the ATP World Tour.
We see it as a natural extension of our current presence at high profile tennis events including sponsorship of several ATP World Tour Masters 1,000 events, the Emirates Airline US Open Series and being an official partner of the US Open.
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As part of the highly regarded National Institute of Standards and Technology, the ATP provides a mechanism for industry to extend its technological reach, thereby extending the envelope of what can be attempted.
In general, cells gain useful energy from the ATP molecule, with its three phosphate groups, through one of three variations on the theme that phosphate transfers provide energy.
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