King unit

King u·nit

(king),
the quantity of phosphatase that, acting on disodium phenylphosphate in excess, at pH 9 for 30 minutes, liberates 1 mg of phenol.
Synonym(s): King-Armstrong unit

Armstrong,

Arthur Riley, Canadian physician, 1904–.
King unit - Synonym(s): King, Earl J

King,

Earl J., Canadian biochemist, 1901-1962.
King-Armstrong unit - Synonym(s): King unit
King unit - the quantity of phosphatase that, acting upon disodium phenylphosphate in excess, at pH 9 for 30 minutes, liberates 1 mg of phenol. Synonym(s): King-Armstrong unit
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