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phos·phate

 (fŏs′fāt′)
n.
1. A salt, ester, or anion of phosphoric acid, derived by removal or replacement of one, two, or especially all three of the hydrogens of phosphoric acid.
2. A fertilizer containing phosphorus compounds.
3. A soda fountain drink made by blending carbonated water with flavored syrup.


phos·phat′ic (fŏs-făt′ĭk) adj.

phosphate

(ˈfɒsfeɪt)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of any phosphoric acid, esp a salt of orthophosphoric acid
2. (Agriculture) (often plural) any of several chemical fertilizers containing phosphorous compounds
[C18: from French phosphat; see phosphorus, -ate1]
phosphatic adj

phos•phate

(ˈfɒs feɪt)

n.
1.
a. (loosely) a salt or ester of phosphoric acid.
b. a tertiary salt of orthophosphoric acid, as sodium phosphate.
2. fertilizer containing compounds of phosphorus.
3. a carbonated drink of water and fruit syrup orig. with a little phosphoric acid.
[< French (1787); see phospho-, -ate2]
phos•phat′ic (-ˈfæt ɪk, -ˈfeɪ tɪk) adj.

phos·phate

(fŏs′fāt′)
A compound containing the group PO4. Phosphates are important in metabolism and are frequently used in fertilizers.

Phosphate

A soft drink made by mixing Acid phosphate and a fruit-flavored syrup.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.phosphate - a salt of phosphoric acidphosphate - a salt of phosphoric acid    
calcium phosphate - a phosphate of calcium; a main constituent of animal bones
salt - a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal (or a radical that acts like a metal)
sodium orthophosphate, sodium phosphate - phosphate of sodium; used as a laxative to cleanse the bowels
2.phosphate - carbonated drink with fruit syrup and a little phosphoric acid
soft drink - nonalcoholic beverage (usually carbonated)
Translations

phosphate

[ˈfɒsfeɪt] Nfosfato m

phosphate

[ˈfɒsfeɪt] nphosphate m

phosphate

n (Chem) → Phosphat nt; (Agr: = fertilizer) → Phosphatdünger m

phosphate

[ˈfɒsfeɪt] nfosfato

phos·phate

n. fosfato, sal del ácido fosfórico.

phosphate

n fosfato
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Although Sevelamer and dietary phosphate restriction is reported to lead to complete or partial recovery of the calcinosis, recurrences have been reported due possibly to self-discontinuation or ineffectiveness of the drug in a significant proportion of patients.
However, an increase in dietary phosphate also increases the likelihood of developing or even dying from arteriosclerosis or a cardiovascular disease in healthy people.
To increase the extent of conversion of phytic acid into available dietary phosphate, phytases are routinely added to animal feeds.
Since two major factors that determine serum phosphate level are dietary phosphate and urinary excretion, it is likely that high dietary phosphate is one of the mediators of such relationship.
Two methods used to treat hyperphosphatemia in nondialysis CKD patients are restricting dietary phosphate intake and administering phosphate binders to block absorption of ingested phosphate from the intestine.
A reduction in dietary phosphate ingestion is mandatory for all patients with CKD stage 3 and onwards.
Regulation of small intestinal Na-Pi type lib cotransporter by dietary phosphate intake.
The use of certain high-protein low-phosphate foods such as whey protein and egg whites can also help control phosphate levels without the threat to nutritional status presented by restriction of the usual protein-linked sources of dietary phosphate [74, 75].
Furthermore, in Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis study,[sup][23] involving 4494 participates without any previous diagnosis of cardiovascular disease, indicated that each quintile increase in the estimated dietary phosphate intake was associated with an estimated 1.06 g (95% CI : 0.50–1.62 g) greater LVM.
High dietary phosphate intake reduces bone strength in the growing rat skeleton.
(6) Maintaining an appropriate phosphorus level is accomplished through dietary phosphate restriction, the use of phosphate binders, and, in dialyzed patients, dialytic removal of phosphate.

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