amp

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amp1 / amp/ • n. short for ampere.amp2 • n. inf. short for amplifier.• v. (often amp something up) 1. play (music) through electric amplification: their willingness to amp up traditional songs virtually began the folk-rock genre. 2. [as adj.] (amped or amped up) inf. full of nervous energy.

adenosine diphosphate

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adenosine diphosphate (ADP) A high-energy phosphoric ester, or nucleotide, of the nucleoside adenosine. It can undergo hydrolysis to adenosine monophosphate and inorganic phosphate, the reaction releasing 34 kJ/mol of energy at pH 7.

AMP

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AMP (adenosine monophosphate) n. a compound containing adenine, ribose, and one phosphate group. AMP occurs in cells and is involved in processes requiring the transfer of energy (see ATP).

AMP

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AMP Biochem. abbr. adenosine monophosphate.

AMP

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AMP See ATP; cyclic AMP.

adenosine monophosphate

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adenosine monophosphate n. see AMP.

AMP

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AMP Adenosine monophosphate; see adenine.

adenosine monophosphate

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adenosine monophosphate (AMP) See ATP.