pyrophosphate


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pyrophosphate

 [pi″ro-fos´fāt]
any salt of pyrophosphoric acid.

py·ro·phos·phate (PP, PPi),

(pī-rō-fos'fāt),
A salt of pyrophosphoric acid; accumulates in cases of hypophosphatasia; sometimes referred to as inorganic pyrophosphate (PPi).
Synonym(s): diphosphate

py·ro·phos·phate

(PP) (pī'rō-fos'fāt)
A salt of pyrophosphoric acid; accumulates in cases of hypophosphatasia; sometimes referred to as inorganic pyrophosphate (PPi).

py·ro·phos·phate

(PP) (pī'rō-fos'fāt)
A salt of pyrophosphoric acid; accumulates in cases of hypophosphatasia.
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Whether the pyrophosphate or some other leaving group was there is not known.
[6.] Lobene R, Volpe A: The anticalculus effect of dentifrices containing pyrophosphate salts and sodium fluoride.
Hypomagnesemia might produce CPPD due to the pyrophosphates' enzymatic activity dependence on magnesium ions.
Extraction with pyrophosphate ([P.sub.2][O.sub.7.sup.4-]) aims to extract Fe and Al present in soil in organic form (Bremner and Lees 1949; Aleksandrova 1960; McKeague 1967).
Calcium pyrophosphate crystal formation is principally dependent on the presence of extracellular inorganic pyrophosphate (PPi) mostly produced in the joints by chondrocytes.
The other inorganic P species detected was pyrophosphate between -3.5 and -3.8 ppm, identified in all samples except JN-05 (Figure 2).
Pyrophosphate is in charge of blocking the generation of these crystals, naturally inhibiting processes that lead to vascular calcification.
Using a proprietary materials design technology and a technology that precisely controls the composition of raw materials and the formation process of materials, the corporation has successfully synthesized lithium iron pyrophosphate (Li5.33Fe5.33(P2O7)4).
Unlike in gout, there is currently no effective treatment that reduces or removes calcium pyrophosphate crystals from a joint.
Objective: To detail the presentation of calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease (CPPD) in the ankle joint.
[33] used the method of coprecipitation to obtain titanium pyrophosphate. During this method, an aqueous solution of titanium isopropoxide is mixed with a solution of phosphoric acid and diluted hydrochloric acid.
Thus, the aim of this study was to assess the palatability of cat food with application of sodium pyrophosphate and/or yeast extract, alone or in combination over the kibbles.