diphosphoglyceric acid


di·phos·pho·gly·cer·ic acid

noun \(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

First Known Use of DIPHOSPHOGLYCERIC ACID

1959

di·phos·pho·gly·cer·ic acid

noun    (Medical Dictionary)

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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