phosphoamide

phos·pho·am·ide

(fŏs′fō-ăm′īd′)
n.
Any of the various amides of phosphoric acid and their salts or esters.
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Kataoka [16] had compared the effects of commonly used derivatization reagents, such as acylation, silylation, dinitrophenylation, permethylation, carbamate formation, sulfonamide formation, and phosphoamide formation for analysis of secondary amines by GC.
In mammalian cells, the GTase, which is present together with RTase in a bifunctional protein, reacts with GTP to make a covalent GMP--enzyme complex by phosphoamide linkage to the [epsilon]-amino group of the lysine residue in the signature KXDG sequence.