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A salt or ester of inosinic acid.
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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
Assay method for monitoring the inhibitory effects of antimetabolites on the activity of inosinate dehydrogenase in intact human CEM lymphocytes.
SODIUM GUANYLATE (E627), SODIUM INOSINATE (E631) and SODIUM RIBONUCLEOTIDE (E635) change to uric acid, so could cause problems for people suffering from gout.
The sodium may not come from table salt alone, but also from such flavor enhances as MSG, disodium guanylate, and disodium inosinate.
Anytime you want a cup of dehydrated chicken broth, MSG, white-flour noodles, disodium inosinate, and other savory ingredients with 750 milligrams (half a day's worth) of sodium, just toss that K-Cup pod of broth into your Keurig.