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phosphoglyceraldehyde

noun phos·pho·glyc·er·al·de·hyde \-ˌgli-sə-ˈral-də-ˌhīd\

Definition of PHOSPHOGLYCERALDEHYDE

:  a phosphate of glyceraldehyde C3H5O3(H2PO3) that is formed especially in anaerobic metabolism of carbohydrates by the splitting of a diphosphate of fructose
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First Known Use of PHOSPHOGLYCERALDEHYDE

1941
Medical Dictionary

phosphoglyceraldehyde

noun phos·pho·glyc·er·al·de·hyde \-ˌglis-ə-ˈral-də-ˌhīd\

Medical Definition of PHOSPHOGLYCERALDEHYDE

:  a phosphate of glyceraldehyde C3H5O3(H2PO3) that is formed especially in anaerobic metabolism of carbohydrates by the splitting of a diphosphate of fructose

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