guanylic acid

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guanylic acid

(Biochemistry) a nucleotide consisting of guanine, ribose or deoxyribose, and a phosphate group. It is a constituent of DNA or RNA. Also called: guanosine monophosphate
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Some of the widely accepted 'no sodium' alternatives in the market are monopotassium-L glutamate, calcium di-L glutamate, guanylic acid, etc.
Some time ago, Tajmir-Riahi [13] showed that the P-O-5'-ribose stretch frequency can be used as the signature for the sugar pucker conformation for guanylic acid and its salts: 800 [cm.sup.-1] for C3'endo and 820 cm- for C2'-endo.
Furthermore, eight minerals and three nucleotides were observed in the following proportions: 77.2[??] K, 21.3[??] Na, 5.8[??] Ca, 16.8[??] Mg, 0.7[??] Fe, 0.6[??] Zn, 0.06[??] Mn, 0.1[??] Cr, 70000 mg/kg guanylic acid (GMP), 460.2 mg/kg uridylic acid (UMP), and 1142.1 mg/kg adenylic acid (AMP) (Table 4).