guanylic acid


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gua·nyl·ic ac·id (GMP),

(gwă-nil'ik as'id),
A major component of ribonucleic acids.
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guanylic acid

(gwä-nĭl′ĭk)
n.
GMP.
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gua·nyl·ic ac·id

(GMP) (gwă-nil'ik as'id)
A major component of ribonucleic acids.
Synonym(s): guanine ribonucleotide.
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Davies, "Helix formation by guanylic acid.," Proceedings of the National Acadamy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Compounds Contents ([??]) Kalium (K) 77.16 Natrium (Na) 21.29 Calcium (Ca) 5.82 Magnesium (Mg) 16.75 Ferrum (Fe) 0.67 Zinc (Zn) 0.62 Selenium (Se) ND (2) Manganese (Mn) 0.06 Chromium (Cr) 0.10 (mg/kg) Cuprum (Cu) 6.63 Lead (Pb) ND (3) Mercury (Hg) ND (4) Arsenic (As) ND (5) Cadmium (Cd) ND (1) Guanylic acid (GMP) 70000 Uridylic acid (UMP) 460.2 Adenylic acid (AMP) 1142.1 AC: A.
RNase [T.sub.1] is an extracellular enzyme found by Sato and Egami in 1957 in Taka-Diastase, a commercial enzyme mixture from Aspergillus oryzae, and was shown to hydrolyze specifically the 3'-phosphodiester bond of guanylic acid in RNA unlike the well-studied bovine pancreatic RNase A which is specific for the 3'-cytidylic and 3'-uridylic acids.