inosinic acid

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in·o·sin·ic acid

 (ĭn′ə-sĭn′ĭk, ī′nə-)
A nucleotide found in muscle and other tissues that is formed by the deamination of AMP and on hydrolysis yields inosine.
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[USPRwire, Fri Sep 28 2018] Inosinic acid is a purine nucleotides which has one phosphate group esterified to the sugar moiety and hypoxanthine as the base.
In addition, greater (P < 0.05) inosinic acid content was observed in T-1.
Umami is a taste associated with substances such as monosodium glutamate and inosinic acid.
The polyribonucleotides can be made of inosinic acid (poly I), cytidilic acid (poly C), adenylic acid (poly A) or uridylic acid (poly U).
A study of the mechanism of umami sensation revealed that water-soluble inosine-5'monophosphate, or inosinic acid, could enhance the umami sensation of glutamic acid [10].
Inosinic acid, or inosine-5'monophosphate (IMP), is a nucleotide that has been shown to enhance the umami intensity of glutamic acid [7].
Role of taste active components, glutamic acid, 5- inosinic acid and potassium ion in taste of chicken meat extract.
Then, the flesh color (lightness, [L.sup.*]; redness, [a.sup.*]; yellowness, [b.sup.*]), pH, tenderness, cooking loss, drip loss, hardness, elasticity, cohesion, and resilience, and concentrations of inosinic acid, fatty acid, and amino acid were determined.

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