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diphosphoglyceric acid

noun di·phos·pho·gly·cer·ic acid \(ˌ)dī-ˈfäs-fō-gli-ˌser-ik-\

Definition of DIPHOSPHOGLYCERIC ACID

:  a diphosphate of glyceric acid that is an important intermediate in photosynthesis and in glycolysis and fermentation
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First Known Use of DIPHOSPHOGLYCERIC ACID

1959
Medical Dictionary

diphosphoglyceric acid

noun di·phos·pho·gly·cer·ic acid

Medical Definition of DIPHOSPHOGLYCERIC ACID

:  a diphosphate C3H8O9P2 of glyceric acid that is an important intermediate in photosynthesis and in glycolysis and fermentation

Variants of DIPHOSPHOGLYCERIC ACID

di·phos·pho·gly·cer·ic acid or 1,3–di·phos·pho·gly·cer·ic acid \(ˌwən-ˌthrē-)(ˈ)dī-ˈfäs-fō-glis-ˌer-ik-\

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