acetyl phosphate


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acetyl phosphate

[ə′sed·əl ′fäs‚fāt]
(biochemistry)
C2H5O5P The anhydride of acetic and phosphoric acids occurring in the metabolism of pyruvic acid by some bacteria; phosphate is used by some microorganisms, in place of adenosine triphosphate, for the phosphorylation of hexose sugars.
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SI number Compound AutoDock 4.2 Inhibition binding energy constant (kcal/mol) 1 Acetyl phosphate -3.93 1.31 mM 2 Carbamoyl phosphate -3.82 1.58 mM 3 Dihydroxyacetone-P -3.32 3.67 mM 4 Phosphoramidate -3.84 1.54 mM 5 Monophosphoimidazole -3.82 1.58 mM TABLE 2: Molecular docking interaction details of benzofuran and naphthofuran derivatives against NarL protein.
4:00 DOES INDUCIBLE ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN ESCHERICHIA COLI K12 INVOLVE THE ACETYL PHOSPHATE PATHWAY?
The most promising, he says, is methyl acetyl phosphate, an experimental drug that inhibits polymerization of hemoglobin in vitro.