phosphorylation

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phos·pho·ryl·ate

 (fŏs′fər-ə-lāt′)
tr.v. phos·pho·ryl·at·ed, phos·pho·ryl·at·ing, phos·pho·ryl·ates
To add a phosphate group to (an organic molecule).

phos′pho·ryl·a′tion n.
phos′pho·ryl·a′tive adj.

phosphorylation

(ˌfɒsfərɪˈleɪʃən)
n
(Chemistry) the chemical or enzymic introduction into a compound of a phosphoryl group (a trivalent radical of phosphorus and oxygen)
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Blood flow restriction during low-intensity resistance exercise increases S6K1 phosphorilation and muscle protein synthesis.
O2] can be explained, in part, as a consequence of an increase in cyclic phosphorylation with respect to non-cyclic phosphorilation under high light (Dubinsky et al.
Stimulation of multiple mitogenactivated kinase subfamilies by oxaditave stress and phosphorilation of the small heat shock protein, HSP 25/27, in neonatal ventricular myocytes.
Secondary carnitine deficiency and impaired docosahexaenoic (22:6n-3) acid synthesis: a common denominator in the pathophysiology of diseases of oxidative phosphorilation and [beta]-oxidation.
Though the causes of this persistence in mango mitosis is not clear, it was assumed to be associated with (a) the allopolyploid nature of mango; (b) disturbance in the biosynthesis of some nucleolar component which stimulated the persistence; (c) disturbance in some pathway related to nucleolar disassembly; (d) failure in the phosphorilation machinery at RNA pol I, as mentioned before; and (e) requirement of some nucleolar proteins to the mango cell cycle progression compelling its persistence.
Together, these studies suggest that alterations in the ETC within the mitochondria may be associated with a shift from oxidative phosphorilation to anaerobic glycolysis in BD.