Phosphoenolpyruvate

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phosphoenolpyruvate

(Science: biochemistry) An important metabolic intermediate. The enol (less stable) form of pyruvic acid is trapped as its phosphate ester, giving the molecule a high phosphate transfer potential. Formed from 2 phosphoglycerate by the action of enolase.

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