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diphosphate

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(chemistry)
A salt that has two phosphate groups.
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The chapter 5 summarizes calcium acid pyrophosphate prices data.
It simulates real pyrograms in that the left edge of the peak is nearly straight vertical, whereas the right edge of the peak contains a tail, most likely indicating that the enzymes that convert pyrophosphate to light are not instantaneous.
A) Increased pyrophosphate (PPi) due to reduced PPi breakdown by alkaline phosphatase (ALP), which in turn can be due to:
0 for 1 d in the presence of pyrophosphate (PP-EWP), or conjugated with MP at pH 8.
It added: "Within a typical application of ferric pyrophosphate as a food ingredient a health risk for the consumer can be excluded due to the very low concentration of the iron supplement in the finished product.
10 [micro]l of the crude enzyme D-Amino acid oxidase had injected in the injection valve of HPLC having Lichrospher(R) WR 300 RP-18 (5[micro]m) column using Sodium pyrophosphate buffer 50mM.
Pyrophosphate is capable of solubilising organic matter, which plays an important role in the sorption reactions of PP (Mnkeni and MacKenzie 1985).
angentatum transgenics, in three different lines, constitutively overexpressing non-native genes encoding three different trans-prenyl transferases that synthesize different allylic pyrophosphate initiators produced healthy plants.
The samples heat treated at 600[degrees]C for 2h doesn't show any intermediate phase like a-calcium pyrophosphate (a-CPP).
Some intermediate compounds in the synthesis, including isopentanyl pyrophosphate (IPP), are toxic to E.
Salt Sea salt Garlic salt Onion salt Seasoned salt Celery salt Baking powder Baking soda Sodium bicarbonate Monosodium glutamate Sodium fluoride Sodium acid pyrophosphate Sodium aluminum phosphate Sodium meta bisulfite Calcium disodium EDTA Disodium guanylate Disodium inosinate Sodium biphenyl-2-yl oxide Sodium formate Sodium acetate Sodium diacetate Sodium ascorbate Sodium erythorbate Sodium tartarates Sodium potassium tartarates Sodium orthophosphates Sodium maleate Sodium alginate Sodium & potassium polyphosphates Sodium carboxymethylcellulose Dioctyl sodium sulphosuccinate Sodium carbonate Sodium aluminum phosphate Sodium aluminum silicate Sodium citrate Sodium sulfite Sodium caseinate Sodium benzoate Sodium sorbate Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrite Sodium bisulfite
454 Life Sciences, an innovative developer of genome-scale sequencing technologies and a majority-owned subsidiary of CuraGen Corporation (NASDAQ: CRGN), has obtained an exclusive license for sole use of sequencing by synthesis and pyrophosphate based sequencing for whole genome applications from Pyrosequencing AB (Stockholm: PYRO A), a global technology solutions provider for the Applied Genomics market.