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polyphosphate

a chemical preservative used as a 2 to 4% solution in the treatment of meat.
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The other system involves a family of proteins called VIP that produce highly phosphosphorylated small molecules called inositol polyphosphates that are thought to act as intracellular signals, but whose function in algae is not well-defined.
The fire-retardant properties of the melamine-modified urea-formaldehyde resins mixed with ammonium polyphosphate.
Table 2: Effect of graded level of dietary L-ascorbyl-2- Polyphosphate on growth performance of juvenile mahseer (Tor putitora)
ACS Symposium Series 463, Inositol polyphosphate and derivatives Edit Allen B.
Wang, G, Yang, J, "Thermal Degradation Study of Fire Resistive Coating Containing Melamine Polyphosphate and Dipentaerythritol.
APP as acid source and gas source, decomposes at a lower temperature and then forms pyrophosphate or polyphosphate layer on the surface of the substance to protect the inner materials, meanwhile, it also catalyzes the degradation products of PEG and iPP to form thermal stable cyclic compounds as char residue at a higher temperature.
It was interesting to note that T4 phytase showed no phophatase activity on the substrate, 2,3-bisphosphoglycerate (2,3-BPG), a main allosteric effector of hemoglobin (Figure 6), because avian multiple inositol polyphosphate phosphatase classified into the HAP phytase family instead hydrolyzes 2,3-BPG at a rate 1.
Effects of topical application of inorganic polyphosphate on tissue remodeling in rat inflamed gingiva.
Researchers report that this polyphosphate storage site actually represents the first known universal organelle, a structure once thought to be absent from bacteria and their distantly related microbial cousins, the archaea.
Modulation of ATP-dependent chromatin-remodeling complexes by inositol polyphosphates.
In situ uranium stabilization through polyphosphate remediation.