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polyphosphate

a chemical preservative used as a 2 to 4% solution in the treatment of meat.
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As we decipher the inositol polyphosphate signaling code, we open up the prospect of being able to reprogram metabolism and make algae better producers of oil or other high value carbon-rich compounds.
An ionization property of phosphatydylinositol polyphosphate in mixed model membranes was also reported.
Samples containing agglomerated blends of sodium phosphate had less protein exudate than did samples containing sodium tripolyphosphate, poly- and pyrophosphates, and potassium and sodium polyphosphates, but not the samples containing polyphosphates.
Various phosphorus-containing polymers, such as polyphosphonates and polyphosphates, have been recently obtained by this technique [5-8].
The EDX analyses suggests that the inclusions contain polyphosphates and consist mainly of phosphorus (75 wt %), iron (18 wt %) and calcium (6 wt%; See Fig.
The 3 P fertilisers were: granular monoammonium phosphate (MAP, 18 : 22 : 0 w/w %) (~3 mm granule diameter), liquid technical grade monoammonium phosphate (TGMAP; 12:26:0 w/w %), and liquid ammonium polyphosphate (APP; 16:23:0 w/w %).
AMERICAN Style Deep Pan has 28 ingredients including 10 additives: sodium nitrate, sodium ascorbate, sodium polyphosphates, mono and di-glycerides of fatty acids, sodium stearoyl lactylate L-cysteine hydrochloride, and L-ascorbic acid.
E450 or polyphosphates plumps up low quality cuts of meat to make them appear juicy but it can unbalance the calcium/phosphorus ratio in the body.
Interestingly, inorganic polyphosphates are analogs of the biological energy carriers adenosine di- and triphosphates (ADP & ATP), which correspond to the pyro- and tripolyphosphates used in detergents.
The polyphosphates must be added before the water is exposed to air or chlorine.
The use of polyelectrolytes, polyphosphates, surface-active agents, and neutral polymers in the differential precipitation of plasma lipoproteins was thoroughly discussed.
Furthermore, polyphosphates may be used in certain products as a curing adjunct.