adenylic acid

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adenylic acid

[¦ad·ən¦il·ik ′as·əd]
(biochemistry)
A generic term for a group of isomeric nucleotides.
The phosphoric acid ester of adenosine. Also known as adenosine monophosphate (AMP).
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By sequence analysis of all the PAH gene exons and its surrounding sequences in this family, it showed a duplication (insertion) of one adenine nucleotide in the exon 3 at position 335-336 of the cDNA, for homozygous in the patient, and for heterozygous in her parents.
Tight binding of adenine nucleotides to beef-heart mitochondrial ATPase.
A distinct sequence in the adenine nucleotide translocase from Artemia franciscana embryos is associated with insensitivity to bongkrekate and atypical effects of adenine nucleotides on [Ca.
The effect of graduated exercise on the concentration of adenine nucleotides in plasma.
Regulation of and intervention into the oxidative pentose phosphate pathway and adenine nucleotide metabolism in the heart.
Ad] = ratio of concentration of total phosphagen pool over total adenine nucleotide pool
residual] probably reflects a dysregulation in thrombopoiesis, which is also translated by the multiple abnormalities of platelet reactivity and the change in platelet membrane and adenine nucleotide content that have been previously described [8-101.
HPLC methods applying the reversed phase technique, where the eluating buffer solution is supplemented by a large hydrophobic cationic, typically a tetrabutylammonium (TBA) compound, were probably first used for the separation of nucleotides by Juengling and Kammermeier (1980), who applied two separate isocreatic runs in different conditions to resolve Cr, PCr, and adenine nucleotides.
We measured by HPLC levels of adenine nucleotides, adenosine, phosphocreatine and creatine.
The channel is found in mammalian neural cells and exhibits a different sensitivity to block by various adenine nucleotides, and is activated by submicromolar [Ca].
Because AICAR inhibits AMP deaminase (AMPDA), an increased AICAR level leads to the release of intracellular adenine nucleotides and adenosine, either or both, into the extracellular space.