Looking for beta-phosphoglycerate

P.C. PC at no.email.sorry
Thu Feb 5 13:39:22 EST 2004


2-phospho-D-glycerate, for example.

natural intermediate product of glycolisis, which is converted into 
phosphoenolpyruvate.

I am not an expert in chemical nomenclature, but at least in the strict 
IUPAC sense you are right.

Peter

Andrei Nikonov wrote:
> what do you mean by beta-phosphoglycerate??????
> its not an anomeric sugar carbon:)
> or beta is D- or L-form or R- or S-??
> define beta-phosphoglycerate in any nomenclature
> 
> well i am angry in a good sense:))
> i should hhave put "angry:)"
> 
> 
> 




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