inosinic acid


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inosinic acid

[¦in·ə¦sin·ik ′as·əd]
(biochemistry)
C10H13N4O8P A nucleotide constituent of muscle, formed by deamination of adenylic acid; on hydrolysis it yields hypoxanthine andD-ribose-5-phosphoric acid.
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The contents of inosinic acid (inosine 5'-monophosphate (IMP)) in the shrimp muscle were determined using high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC; Waters 515) with the modification method of Wu et al.
There should be a positive correlation between the concentration of inosinic acid and ATP hydrolase activity, as well as a negative correlation between the concentration of inosinic acid and its degrading enzyme activity in muscle, because inosinic acid is the intermediate product in ATP metabolism.
Peaks were identified using the retention time of the known standards inosine-5'-monophosphate (IMP or inosinic acid), inosine and hypoxanthine (Sigma-Aldrich Corp., LLC., USA), and the concentrations were quantified according to a standard curve.
ATPase hydrolyzes ATP into ADP, an adenylate kinase reaction further produces AMP from ADP, and IMP, or inosinic acid, then accumulates through deamination of AMP by AMP deaminase.
The remaining samples were frozen at -24[degrees]C and then stored at -71[degrees]C on the following day for determining the fatty acid composition, free iron, inosinic acid and hypoxanthine content.
Inosinic acid (IMP) content was determined by high Performance Liquid Chromatography (Agilent 1100 HPLC; Agilent, Co., Ltd., USA).
The diversity of adenylosuccinate lyase (Ads1) gene and its relationship with Inosinic acid content in chicken.

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