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phos·pho·ryl

(fos'fŏ-ril),
The radical O=P-, as in phosphoryl chloride, POCl3.
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The P and F residues surrounding the histidine residue seemed to have a greater conservation because, perhaps, they play an important role in phosphoryl group interaction with the phosphorylatable residue.
Adenylate kinase (AK) catalyzes the nucleotide phosphoryl interconversion of ATP+AMP[?
Functional groups present in the biosorbents that are responsible for metal binding are carboxyl, phosphoryl, sulfhydryl, amino, sulfate, imidazole, thioether, phenol, amide, and hydroxyl in various biomolecules of peptide, protein, and polysaccharide moieties of the cell walls.
The method is comprised of attaching a reactive group X--Y to a surface of a pigment; and subsequently displacing Y with an organic substrate N--S--ZM to form a surface-modified pigment having attached X--N--S--ZM; wherein X is a sulfonyl, phosphoryl, or 1,3,5-triazine group; Y is fluorine, chlorine, bromine or iodine; N is an amine, an imine, a pyridine, or a thiol group; S is substituted or unsubstituted alkyls, aryls, or polymer chains having a molecular weight range from approximately 300-8000; Z is a carboxyl, sulfonyl, phenolic, phosphoryl, ammonium, trimethylammonium, or tri-butylammonium group; and M is a halide, a negatively charged ion, a proton n salt form, or a cation in salt form.
GOBEL (1996): <<Bis(guanidinium) Alcohols as Models of Staphylococcal Nuclease: Substrate Binding through Ion Pair Complexes and Fast Phosphoryl Transfer Reactions>>, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, vol.
Pyruvate kinase (PK) catalyzes the irreversible phosphoryl group transfer from phosphoenol pyruvate to ADP, yielding pyruvate and ATP.
Oximes reactivate phosphylated cholinesterase by displacing the phosphoryl moiety from the enzyme by virtue of their high affinity for the enzyme and their powerful nucleophilicity.
The cell wall of algae possesses many electronegative functional groups, such as hydroxyl (OH), phosphoryl (PO3O2), amine (NH2), carboxyl (COOH), sulphydryl (SH), etc.
According to Gutierrez (2002), mercury binds with different ligands of physiological importance, such as phosphoryl, carboxyl, amine and amide groups which are present in many kinds of cells.
The presence of three functional groups, two acid hydroxyls and phosphoryl oxygen is characteristic to phosphorus-containing cation-exchange resins.