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triphosphate

/tri·phos·phate/ (tri-fos´fāt) a salt containing three phosphate radicals.
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The strand attached to the bead becomes the template strand for primer binding and undergoes the 4-enzyme pyrosequencing reaction when the correct dNTP is added (deoxycytidine triphosphate [dCTP]; Figures 1, D, and 2).
When so much pantothenic acid enters the body and binds with natural adenine triphosphate, the resulting Co-enzyme A is bound to fight acne very thoroughly and satisfyingly.
Nucleotide analogs have shown the ability to deliver higher levels of the active triphosphate form of the drug into infected cells.
We prepared a 100 [micro]mol/L aqueous mixture of inosine monophosphate (IMP) and inosine triphosphate (ITP).
Basically, this system draws upon adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and phosphocreatine (PC)--which are both stored in the muscles--as the primary fuels.
Their system searches for different cellular materials: bacterial genes, components of bacterial cell walls, the energy-storing molecule called adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and various proteins.
The source of energy for all muscle contractions is adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
Based on Adenosine Triphosphate bioluminescence technology, the system delivers test results in approximately 1/4 the time of traditional microbial contamination detection methods, such as membrane filtration and pour plates.
Creatine kinase (CK) is a 86 kDa homodimer that catalyzes the reversible synthesis of adenine triphosphate (ATP) from the hydrolysis of phosphocreatine to creatine.
Mitochondria contain their own DNA and carry out oxidative phosphorylation, which produces most of the adenine triphosphate in eukaryotic cells.
wrote that the PlyG enzyme may help detect anthrax, via detection of adenosine triphosphate released by degraded anthrax (Nature 418[6900]:825-26, 2002).