inosinic acid

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inosinic acid

 [in″o-sin´ik]
a mononucleotide constituent of muscle, made up of hypoxanthine, ribose, and phosphoric acid.
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in·o·sin·ic ac·id

(in'ō-sin'ik as'id),
A mononucleotide found in muscle and other tissues; a key intermediate in purine biosynthesis; also produced in relatively high levels in muscle.
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inosinic acid

(ĭn′ə-sĭn′ĭk, ī′nə-)
n.
A nucleotide found in muscle and other tissues that is formed by the deamination of AMP and on hydrolysis yields inosine.
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in·o·sin·ic ac·id

(in'ō-sin'ik as'id)
A mononucleotide found in muscle and other tissues; a key intermediate in purine biosynthesis; also produced in relatively high levels in muscle.
Synonym(s): inosine 5'-monophosphate.
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