phytic acid

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phytic acid

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(organic chemistry)
C6H6[OPO(OH)2]6 An acid found in seeds of plants as the insoluble calcium magnesium salt (phytin); derived from corn steep liquor; inhibits calcium absorption in intestine; used to treat hard water, to remove iron and copper from wines, and to inactivate trace-metal contaminants in animal and vegetable oils.
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Ruyter-Hooley M, Larsson A-C, Johnson BB, Antzutkin ON, Angove MJ (2016) The effect of inositol hexaphosphate on cadmium sorption to gibbsite.
Hollek et al., "Induction of the expression of genes encoding TGF-[beta], isoforms and their receptors by inositol hexaphosphate in human colon cancer cells," Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica, vol.
(51.) Tantivejkul, K., et al., Inositol hexaphosphate (IP6) enhances the anti-proliferative effects of adriamycin and tamoxifen in breast cancer.
Effects of pterostilberoene on melanoma alone and in synergy with inositol hexaphosphate. Am J Surg.
We watered and fertilized the plants as in the first experiment, with phosphorus added as inositol hexaphosphate to a final phosphorus concentration of 1.93 [[micro]gram]/ml, and reapplied Bonomyl every 3 wk.
Inositol hexaphosphate inhibits growth and induces differentiation of PC-3 human prostate cancer cells.
The patent, named 'Lysis / Resealing Process and Device for Incorporating an Active Ingredient, In Particular asparaginase or Inositol Hexaphosphate, in Erythrocytes' protects the process and methods of preparation of red blood cells containing active ingredients for use as pharmaceuticals.
The nomenclature used in the literature for the substrate of phytase enzymes varies from phytin (complexes of inositol hexaphosphate with potassium, magnesium and Ca as occurs in plants), phytic acid (myo-inositol hexaphosphate), and the term most commonly used in animal nutrition: phytate (mixed salt of phytic acid; Selle and Ravindran, 2007).
Shamsuddin, Cancer inhibition by inositol hexaphosphate (IP6) and inositol: from laboratory to clinic.
Cosgrove DJ (1962) Forms of inositol hexaphosphate in soils.
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