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shocked.gif posted on 20-11-2004 at 13:44
Pyruvates??


Hallo to all,
I'm searching for any synthesis of salts called pyruvates.
Does pyruvic acid make easier the synth. of their salts?

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[*] posted on 20-11-2004 at 14:34


Just Google it. ACROS and JTBaker have some information about it, too.
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mad.gif posted on 20-11-2004 at 14:49
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Hallo to all,
thanks neutrino for help but, in first site
I've tried to search "pyruvate" with no match found. In the sencond I've tried with "calcium pyruvate" with the same end.

If you must post, neutrino, don't post the usual offensive post, like "go it, just click etc." if you haven't tried first if work.

Sorry at anyone offenced

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[*] posted on 20-11-2004 at 15:12


http://86.1911encyclopedia.org/P/PY/PYRUVIC_ACID.htm

Pyruvates are of course the salts of pyruvic acid, so you can make the pyruvates once you have the acid itself.




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[*] posted on 20-11-2004 at 16:09
Ref: Pyruvate.....


Pyruvate is a "salt" form of pyruvic acid - a 3-carbon molecule derived from the breakdown of glucose. The form of pyruvic acid found in dietary supplements is combined with various minerals such as sodium, calcium, magnesium or potassium to improve stability. In the body, glucose (6 carbons) is split into 2 pyruvic acid molecules (3 carbons each) in the end stages of cellular glycolysis. When enough oxygen is present, pyruvic acid can be converted into acetyl CoA in the mitochondrion of the cell to produce energy. Under anaerobic conditions, however, pyruvic acid becomes lactic acid, which can build up and lead to muscle fatigue.

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http://www.ironmagazine.com/review17.html

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[*] posted on 20-11-2004 at 16:28


Thanks, solo, but, if you must post, please post something that isn't the full first page of a search motor and their tenth-use quality of infos.

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[*] posted on 20-11-2004 at 16:57


Actually, I did try both of the sites prior to posting them. Just type in 'pyruv'. This gives 1 result in JTBaker and 5 in ACROS.
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