Phosphoribosylamine

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Phosphoribosylamine
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MeSH Phosphoribosylamine
Properties
C5H12NO7P
Molar mass 229.125 g/mol
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Phosphoribosylamine (5PRA) is an intermediate in purine metabolism. It is a precursor to IMP. It is generated from Phosphoribosyl pyrophosphate (PRPP).

The synthesis of IMP.
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