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phosphorylating

Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of phosphorylate.
  • adj. That phosphorylates

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Examples

  • These experiments, as well as similar ones by Parnas, pointed to the role of creatine phosphate as a storehouse of energy for phosphorylating

    Otto Meyerhof and the Physiology Institute: the Birth of Modern Biochemistry

  • I would like to discourage you from the belief that the process of phosphorylating either by reaction with inorganic phosphate or by transfer of phosphate from another organic phosphate, especially the enzymatic conversion of carbohydrates into their phosphoric esters in metabolic processes, will at all appease.

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  • This constitutes the start of a chain reaction where a whole cascade of novel phosphorylating enzymes

    Physiology or Medicine 1992 - Press Release

  • Epstein-Barr virus and human cytomegalovirus infection do not induce a specific kinase capable of phosphorylating acyclovir.

    Nobel Lecture The Purine Path To Chemotherapy

  • At this stage, in 1961, Mitchell proposed an alternative mechanism for the coupling of electron transfer to ATP synthesis, based on an indirect interaction between oxidizing and phosphorylating enzymes.

    Press Release: The 1978 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • The two processes have several features in common, both in their enzyme composition - both involve an interaction between oxidizing (electron-transferring) and phosphorylating enzymes - and in their association with cellular membranes.

    Press Release: The 1978 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • Many hypotheses were formulated, especially with regard to the mechanism of oxidative phosphorylation; most of these postulated a direct chemical interaction between oxidizing and phosphorylating enzymes.

    Press Release: The 1978 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

  • We demonstrate that the mitotic cyclin-dependent kinase cdc2/CDK1 is the kinase responsible for phosphorylating these sites, and its mitotic partner Cyclin B efficiently coimmunoprecipitates with raptor in mitotic cells.

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  • Stuck When rosiglitazone (green) binds to PPAR (gray), the protein gets frozen in a way that makes phosphorylating a key serine (red) difficult.

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  • State 3 is the rate of phosphorylating respiration in the presence of exogenous ADP, when mitochondria are actively making ATP, whereas state 4 is the rate of resting respiration, when all ADP has been consumed.

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