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inorganic phosphate

Inorganic polyphosphate in mitochondria of Saccharomyces cerevisiae at phosphate limitation and phosphate excess

Activation of Ribulose 1,5-Bisphosphate Carboxylase/Oxygenase by Inorganic Phosphate under Nocturnal Conditions

Nitric oxide induces the alternative oxidase pathway in Arabidopsis seedlings deprived of inorganic phosphate

Uptake of inorganic phosphate is a limiting factor for Saccharomyces cerevisiae during growth at low temperatures

Expression of the PitA phosphate/metal transporter of Escherichia coli is responsive to zinc and inorganic phosphate levels

Effect of nitrogen source on the solubilization of different inorganic phosphates by an isolate of Penicillium rugulosum and two UV-induced mutants

The cell surface associated phosphatase activity of Mycobacterium bovis BCG is not regulated by environmental inorganic phosphate

Evidence for the transport of zinc(II) ions via the Pit inorganic phosphate transport system in Escherichia coli

Regulation of Cytoplasmic pH under Extreme Acid Conditions in Suspension Cultured Cells of Catharanthus roseus: a Possible Role of Inorganic Phosphate

A High Inorganic Phosphate Diet Perturbs Brain Growth, Alters Akt-ERK Signaling, and Results in Changes in Cap-Dependent Translation

High Dietary Inorganic Phosphate Affects Lung through Altering Protein Translation, Cell Cycle, and Angiogenesis in Developing Mice

Inorganic phosphate content and free energy change of ATP hydrolysis in regional short-term hibernating myocardium

Changes and causes of variability in salinity and dissolved inorganic phosphate in the Irish Sea, English Channel, and Dutch coastal zone

The HPr(Ser) kinase of Streptococcus salivarius: a hexameric bifunctional enzyme controlled by glycolytic intermediates and inorganic phosphate

Erratum to “Inorganic phosphate content and free energy change of ATP hydrolysis in regional short-term hibernating myocardium” [Cardiovasc Res 1998;39:318–326]

Ganglioside GTlb in Rat Brain Binds to p58, a Brain-Specific Sodium-Dependent Inorganic Phosphate Cotransporter: Expression Cloning with a Specific Monoclonal Antibody to Ganglioside GTlb-Binding Protein

 

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symbol: Pi; any of the anions formed from [ortho]phosphoric acid, PO(OH)3, or any mixture of the acid and its anions.

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