In the preparation of the experimental diets, a basal food (control) without palatant (Table 1), and three others with external application of sodium pyrophosphate (0.
Six food pairs were assessed for cats' preferences: (1) control x pyrophosphate; (2) control x yeast extract; (3) pyrophosphate x yeast extract; (4) blend x control; (5) blend x pyrophosphate, and (6) blend x yeast extract.
Unlike interferon that exerts only short- term effects,16 foscarnet sodium, which is a totally synthesized small molecule compound, functions at the pyrophosphate
binding site of viral DNA polymerase.
Potatoes: phosphate in baked potato chips to create bubbles on surface, and pyrophosphate in french fries, hash browns, potato flakes to inhibit iron-induced blackening
Seafood: tripolyphosphate in shrimp for mechanical peeling, pyrophosphate in canned tuna and crab to stabilize color and crystals, surimi ("crab/sea sticks") triphosphate and pyrophosphate as cryoprotectant to protein
Potatoes- phosphate in baked potato chips to create bubbles on surface, and pyrophosphate
in French fries, hash browns, potato flakes to inhibit iron induced blackening
The discovery that bisphosphonates have potent inhibitory effects on bone resorption occurred in the 1960's, (2,3) after several attempts to identify agents that were pyrophosphate
analogs and could also regulate bone calcification, thus being potentially useful for the prevention of osteoporosis, arthritis, osteolytic diseases and bone metastases resulting from malignant neoplasias.
The sample with the agglomerated blends of sodium phosphate had a higher pH than did all of the other samples, except for the one containing poly- and pyrophosphates
angentatum transgenics, in three different lines, constitutively overexpressing non-native genes encoding three different trans-prenyl transferases that synthesize different allylic pyrophosphate
initiators produced healthy plants.
The latter reaction tended to hook the phosphates together to form pyrophosphate
A six-month clinical trial compared the anticalculus effects of a dentifrice containing 2% zinc citrate to one containing soluble pyrophosphates
deposition disease (CPDD) is a crystal arthropathy caused by the deposition of calcium pyrophosphate
dehydrate in and around joints, particularly in articular cartilage and fibrocartilage.