adenosine triphosphate

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adenosine triphosphate (uncountable) (abbreviation ATP)

  1. (biochemistry, biochemistry) a nucleotide that is used as a source of energy in cellular reactions, in the synthesis of nucleic acids, and as a neurotransmitter recognised by purinergic receptors

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