adenosine phosphate

a·den·o·sine phos·phate

specifically, adenosine 2'-, 3'-, or 5'-phosphate. See: adenylic acid.

a·den·o·sine phos·phate

(ă-den'ō-sēn fos'fāt)
Specifically, adenosine 3'- or 5'-phosphate.
See: adenylic acid
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Superoxide production, adenosine phosphate concentrations, and mRNA levels of avian uncoupling protein, avian adenine nucleotide translocator, and avian peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-y coactivator-1a in skeletal muscles.
The contents of adenosine phosphates (ATP, ADP, and adenosine monophosphate [AMP]) in LL muscle were evaluated by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) according to the method of Wang et al [19] as follows.
D, adenosine phosphate, adrenaline, adrcnochromc mono scmicarbazonc, albumin bound paclitaxil, alteplase, amikacin, aminophylline, amphotericin b liposomal, ampicillin (sodium powder), anti -rho-d immunoglobulin (human) injection, anti snake venom specifically ncutralizscrs not less the following quantities of standard venom when tested in ice by i/v route.
Adherent platelets are degranulated on contact with the agonists' epinephrine and adenosine phosphate, which are also found in the membrane.
Figures 5 and 6 illustrate the mean membrane occlusion times for time point T1, with results exceeding the norm of 120 seconds (adenosine phosphate) and 165 seconds (epinephrine).
(i) In the adenosine phosphate samples, the mean time at T1 was 122.7 seconds (SD 21.8) for [Pat.sub.SIN] and 126.6 seconds (SD 89.0) for [Pat.sub.MUL] (P = 0.394).
In contrast to Lee's results, the newer experiments indicate that similar concentrations of related adenosine phosphate chemicals also lower core body temperature and metabolic rate in mice, Swoap says.
They include: caffeine, theophylline, and other theobromides, lipase, adenosine phosphate, asiatic acid, madecassic acid, and asiaticoside, plant extracts such as green tea, centella asiatica, peony, seaweed, capsaicin, meadowsweet and ivy.
Tissue-nonspecific alkaline phosphatase (TNAP) is one of four alkaline phosphatase isozymes that has been described as an ectonucleotidase being able to cleave all forms of adenosine phosphates, influencing purinergic signaling [48].
The apparent stability constants of ionic complexes various adenosine phosphates with divalent cations.
Intracellular diffusion of adenosine phosphates is locally restricted in cardiac muscle.

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