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polyphosphate

a chemical preservative used as a 2 to 4% solution in the treatment of meat.
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Commercial marinade solutions usually contain a complex solution of water, salts, polyphosphate, flavorings and other ingredients and are applied to the meat by soaking, blending, tumbling or injection.
The significance of this is that polypeptide catalysed polyphosphate hydrolysis represents a primitive mimic for the activity of contemporary ATPase enzymes.
Effects of topical application of inorganic polyphosphate on tissue remodeling in rat inflamed gingiva.
One of the most widely preferred halogen-free flame-retardant systems for flame-retarding PP through intumescence is ammonium polyphosphate (APP) used in conjunction with a polyhydric carbonization source.
Generation of phytate-free seeds in Arabidopsis through disruption of inositol polyphosphate kinases.
This is what creates the white goo, and you can tell whether bacon contains it before you buy it, because polyphosphates give raw meat a kind of rainbow-like sheen.
They were unusual in size and shape and did not carry their usual cargo, high-energy molecules known as polyphosphates.
A control containing no salt or phosphate, as well as samples containing sodium tripolyphosphate, agglomerated blends of sodium phosphate, poly- and pyrophosphates, polyphosphates, and potassium and sodium polyphosphates, were utilized as treatment variables.
Phosphate esters and melamine polyphosphates are representative of proprietary flame retardants that are compounded into the halogen-free laminates.
Polyphosphates detected in symbiont granules by energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (EDX) might represent an alternative energy source for the clam's metabolism under this stress situation.
Likewise, Couto-Vazquez and Gonzalez-Prieto (2006) reported large changes in labile N in surface soil (0-20 mm) in response to applications of ammonium polyphosphates, but here too, labile N returned to pre-treatment levels after 12 months.
Supplies non-halogen flame retardants made in China: ammonium polyphosphates (APP), melamine cyanurates, melamine phosphates and polyphosphates.