phosphorated

phosphorated

 [fos´fo-rāt″ed]
charged or combined with phosphorus.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

phos·phor·at·ed

(fos'fŏr-āt'ĕd),
Forming a compound with phosphorus.
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phosphorated

(fŏs′fō-rā″tĕd) [″ + phorein, to carry]
Impregnated with phosphorus.
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But scrub with bucketfuls of elbow grease and good, brown soap, still a dreadful phosphorated mould is always growing back, coating everything in a luciferous sheen.
Intoxication by phosphorated pesticides is due to the inhibition of the enzyme acetylcholinesterase in exposed organisms (Taylor, 1996).
When Tyr527 is dephosphorylated and Tyr416 is phosphorated, links between these molecules will break, and the SRC protein is activated.
[3] concluded that polyurethane foams filled with DMMP had better flame retardancy compared with APP, and DMMP degraded at a low temperature to form several phosphorated acids which accelerated the formation of char layer.
The very important subunit of I[kappa]B kinase is IKK2 that has an enzyme function that is involved in activating the NF-[kappa]B (nuclear transcription factor kappa-B) and causing the subsequent inflammatory condition IKK2 could be phosphorated by a protein called the I[kappa]B (I[kappa]B[<<]), which could inhibit the NF- [kappa]B by direct binding.
[11] Maria ARF, Selma EM, Jose OBC, Glaucione GB (2007) Evaluation of antioxidant properties of a phosphorated cadanol compound on mineral oils (NH10 and NH20).