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Possible significance of hexosephosphoric esters in ossification.

Marjorie Martland

Possible significance of hexosephosphoric esters in ossification.

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Published by University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ossification.,
  • Esters.

  • Edition Notes

    From the Biochemical Journal, Vol. XX, No. 4, 1926.

    Statementby Marjorie Martland and Robert Robison.
    ContributionsRobison, Robert, 1883-1941.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [847]-855 ;
    Number of Pages855
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18564349M

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The Phosphoric Esterase of Ossifying Cartilage. Biochem J. ; 18 ()– [PMC free article]Cited by: Robison R. The Possible Significance of Hexosephosphoric Esters in Ossification.

Biochem J. ; 17 (2)– [PMC free article] Robison R, Macleod M, Rosenheim AH. The possible significance of hexosephosphoric esters in ossification: Calcification in vitro. Biochem J. ; 24 (6)– [PMC free article] Robison R, Soames KM. The Cited by: E.L. Compere, The Year Book of Orthopedics and Traumatic Surgery () Year Book Publishers, Inc Chicago 41–43 E.C.

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Phytase liberates inorganic phosphate (Pi) found in grains and oil seeds by hydrolyzing phytic acid (myo‐inositol hexakisphosphate Cited by: 9. The possible significance of hexosephosphoric esters in ossification. J Biochem.Schiele F, Henny J, Hitz J, Petitclerc C, Gueguen R, Siest G.

Total bone and liver alkaline phosphatases in plasma: biological variations and reference : Se Young Kwon, Young Ak Na. The possible significance of hexosephos- phoric esters in ossification, Biochem JRussell RGG, Bisaz S, Donath A, Morgan DB, and Fleisch H: Inorganic pyrophosphate in plasma of normal persons and in patients with hypophosphatasia, ostegenesis imperfecta, and other disorders of bone, J Clin InvestCited by:   Beck, G.

R., Zerler, B. and Moran, E. Phosphate is a specific signal for induction of osteopontin gene expression - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Abstract: Vascular calcification is a pathologic phenomenon consisting of calcium phosphate crystal deposition in the vascular walls. Vascular calcification has been found to be a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, due to its correlation with cardiovascular events and mortality, and it has been associated with aging, diabetes, and chronic kidney by: 2.

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The enzyme in early stages of bone development Zur Kenntnis der postnatalen Entwicklung der Rotelmaus, Clethrionomys. To many, however, this hardness implies inertness and passivity, especially of the mineral component itself.

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ROBISON R: The possible significance of hexose-phosphoric esters in ossification. Biochem.Crossref Medline Google Scholar; ROBISON R and SOAMES KM: The possible significance of hexose phosphoric esters in ossification. A phosphoric acid, in the general sense, is a phosphorus oxoacid in which each phosphorus atom is in the oxidation state +5, and is bonded to four oxygen atoms, one of them through a double bond, arranged as the corners of a or more of these PO 4 tetrahedra may be connected by shared single-bonded oxygens, forming linear or branched chains, cycles, or more complex structures.

-Dissolve g of salicylic acid in mL of methanol in a 50 mL round-bottom flask.-Slowly (small portions) and with swirling, add mL of concentrated sulfuric acid. Metaphosphoric acid definition is - a glassy solid acid HPO3 or (HPO3)n formed by heating orthophosphoric acid.

Hypophosphoric acid definition: a crystalline odourless deliquescent solid: a tetrabasic acid produced by the slow | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Phosphoryl iodide is used in the preparation of organophosphorus derivatives and phosphate esters.

Select the Lewis structure for POI 3 which minimizes formal charges. A) D) B) E) C)71%(7). Phosphoric acid, (H3PO4), the most important oxygen acid of phosphorus, used to make phosphate salts for fertilizers. It is also used in dental cements, in the preparation of albumin derivatives, and in the sugar and textile industries.

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The CLP Regulation makes sure that the hazards presented by chemicals are clearly communicated to. Belchier John, () in Bick E Source Book of Orthopaedics, Baltimore, The Williams & Wilkins Co, USA, pp Robison R () The possible significance of hexosephosphoric esters in ossification.

Biochem J 17(2): Orthophosphoric acid definition, a colorless, crystalline solid, H3PO4, the tribasic acid of pentavalent phosphorus: used chiefly in fertilizers, as a source of phosphorus salts, and in soft drinks as an acidulant and flavoring agent.

See more. to those of alkenes and esters. In hydrogenation, double bonds in unsaturated fatty acids react with H2 in the presence of a Ni or Pt catalyst.

In hydrolysis, ester bonds are split by water in the presence of an acid, a base, or an enzyme. Thiophosphoric acid definition is - any of a series of acids derived from the phosphoric acids by replacement of one or more atoms of oxygen with sulfur; especially: the mono-thio orthophosphoric acid H3PO3S obtained as a concentrated solution at low temperature or in the form of salts and esters.

Phosphoric Acid, Meta, Chip, Reagent, ACS appears as colorless or white, crystalline chunks. Meta-phosphoric acid is a singly anhydrous version of ortho-phosphoric acid and is sometimes used as a water- or moisture-absorbing (dehydrating) reagent. It is also used as a phosphorylating agent, analytical reagent and in dental cements.5/5(7).

Define hypophosphoric acid. hypophosphoric acid synonyms, hypophosphoric acid pronunciation, hypophosphoric acid translation, English dictionary definition of hypophosphoric acid. n a crystalline odourless deliquescent solid: a tetrabasic acid produced by the slow oxidation of phosphorus in moist air.

Search term: "dithiophosphoric acid O,O-diethyl ester" Compare Products: Select up to 4 products. *Please select more than one item to compare. 5 matches found for dithiophosphoric acid O,O-diethyl ester. Advanced Search | Structure Search. DITHIOPHOSPHORIC ACID S-BENZOTHIAZOLYL ESTER O,O'-DIETHYL ESTER.

1 Product Result. metaphosphoric acid (mĕt′ə-fŏs-fôr′ĭk) n. A colorless glassy polymeric phosphoric acid, (HPO3)n, that is highly deliquescent and forms phosphoric acid upon addition of water, used as a dehydrating agent, phosphorylating agent, and in dental cements.

metaphosphoric acid (ˌmɛtəfɒsˈfɒrɪk) n (Elements & Compounds) a glassy. metaphosphoric acid: an anhydride of phosphoric acid used as a reagent and in the manufacture of zinc oxyphosphate cement for dentistry. Synonym(s): metaphosphoric acid. Fischer Esterification: Synthesis of Methyl Benzoate The ester is an important function group, which contained the function group of COOR.

Esters are commonly used in artificial flavors and perfumes, since esters have pleasant odors. Among in a number of different ways can be synthesized the ester function group. The most common way is reaction of a carboxylic acid with an alcohol in the. Dictionary entry overview: What does triphosphoric acid mean.

• TRIPHOSPHORIC ACID (noun) The noun TRIPHOSPHORIC ACID has 1 sense. an acid that is a partial anhydride of three molecules of phosphoric acid; known chiefly in the form of its salts and esters Familiarity information: TRIPHOSPHORIC ACID used as a noun is very rare.

Organic chemistry has a very different practical side, however. The best conditions for a particular reaction have been empirically determined, and a definite procedure prescribed for it.

An organic chemistry review book lists named reactions. This "cookbook" approach is very practical and effective, but tends to obscure basic principles. Polyphosphoric acid definition: any one of a series of oxyacids of phosphorus with the general formula H n+2 P n O 3 n+1 | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

Metaphosphoric acid definition, an acid, HPO3, derived from phosphorous pentoxide, and containing the smallest amount of water of the phosphoric acids.

See more. Selectively reduces an ester to an aldehyde at 78c School University of North Carolina; Course Title CHEM ; Type. Notes. Uploaded By _ch. Pages 24 This preview shows page 19 -. The principle disadvantage of the laser technique in terms of microleakage and thus of adhesion at the enamel margins can be avoided with a mechanical finishing of the cavity margins, with manual, rotative or ultrasonic instruments followed by etching with % orthophosphoric tly, the procedure using % orthophosphoric acid for secs, remains the only common denominator.Looking for hexose phosphate?

Find out information about hexose phosphate. Any one of the phosphoric acid esters of a hexose, notably glucose, formed during the metabolism of carbohydrates by living organisms Explanation of hexose phosphate.Metaphosphoric Acid-Protein Reaction point of this buffer segment of the titration curve of the mixture is at pH and extends from pH tocoinciding at the lat- ter point with the point of inflection on the titration curve of the original protein (in the absence of metaphosphate).

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