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Things atp often describes (“atp ________”)
ase, driven, adp, generating, mgcl2, driver, dependent, synthase, hydrolysis, actin, binding, sepharose, spaltung, depletion, ases, dependence, splitting, synthesis, iii, 32p, synthetase, pcr, agarose, pfk, mg2, sensitive, channel, amp, tca, tox, infusion, citrate, sulfurylase, cassette, the, induced, ppase, formation, producing, energy, synthases, hydrolysing, creatine, hydrolyzing

How atp often is described (“________ atp”)
extracellular, more, intracellular, cellular, bound, additional, 32p, free, total, exogenous, significant, excess, sufficient, endogenous, much, less, enough, azido, available, deoxy, radioactive, external, cytosolic, actin, rich, low, red, ara, microbial, extra, cytoplasmic, myosin, unlabeled, bacterial, adp, internal, caged, cold, mitochondrial, splitting, cerebral, net, glycolytic, necessary, labelled, phosphate, hepatic, fresh, intramitochondrial, actomyosin, added, mes, residual, adequate, non, diphosphate, methylene, enzyme, energy, substrate, unincorporated, 14c, binding, metal, canine, insufficient, phosphoribosyl, pyrophosphate, monophosphate, methylthio, abbreviated, nonradioactive, nucleotide, glucose, 32pi, derived


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See atp used in context: 1 rhyme, several books and articles.

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