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a salt or ester of pyrophosphoric acid

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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.
By directly binding to the pyrophosphate binding sites of RNA and DNA polymerases, foscarnet, as a non-nucleoside analog of pyrophosphate, non-competitively inhibits enzyme activity with nucleotide substrates.
Beverages: phosphoric acid in colas for acidulant, pyrophosphate in chocolate milk to suspend cocoa, pyrophosphate in buttermilk for protein dispersion, tricalcium phosphate in orange juice for fortification, tetrasodium phospahte in strawberry flavored milk to bind iron to pink color
Beverages- phosphoric acid in colas for acidulant, pyrophosphate in chocolate milk to suspend cocoa, pyrophosphate in buttermilk for protein dispersion, tricalcium phosphate in orange juice for fortification, tetra-sodium phospahte in strawberry flavor milk to bind iron to pink color
Some dentifrices have added ingredients, such as pyrophosphate to reduce calculus formation, whitening agents like peroxide, or agents aimed at reducing sensitivity.
Pyrophosphates are physiological regulators of calcification and bone resorption, which are naturally present in the serum and urine.
Samples containing agglomerated blends of sodium phosphate had less protein exudate than did samples containing sodium tripolyphosphate, poly- and pyrophosphates, and potassium and sodium polyphosphates, but not the samples containing polyphosphates.
An obvious target for genetic engineering is the rubber transferase enzyme, the biological catalyst that polymerizes natural rubber from isopentenyl pyrophosphate (IPP), an allylic pyrophosphate (usually farnesyl pyrophosphate, FPP, in vivo) being required to initiate the reaction.
We recently reported that SNP types can be determined by a new genotyping method based on the bioluminescence detection of the pyrophosphate produced in a specific probe-extension reaction.
Inorganic pyrophosphate synthesis after a short light flash in chromatophores from rhodospirillum rubrum.
Crystal structures of a number of pyrophosphates, carbonates, bisphosphonates, and highly hydrated phosphates and arsenates of calcium, magnesium and strontium were also investigated.
Although reacting sodium bicarbonate with pyrophosphates is the ideal method for aerating batter systems, difficulty is frequently experienced in delaying this reaction for long enough to prepare a mix and refrigerate it for future use.
These oligo(C)s contain mainly 2[prime],5[prime]-links along with 3[prime],5[prime] - and pyrophosphates bonds (7); in addition, both straight-chain and cyclic oligomers are present as products.
1] The most commonly used formulations contain either negatively charged pyrophosphates, which attract calcium ions, or positively charged zinc salts, which attract phosphate ions.
Toothpastes containing zinc chloride or pyrophosphates decrease tartar build-up on the tooth's exposed surface, according to several studies.