ETR lectins have 2- to 5-fold greater affinity for lactose than for raffinose
or melibiose, which suggests they may be more specific to the linkage than to the a (Nsimba-Lubaki et al.
Effects of isolation method and pre-treatment with ethylene glycol or raffinose
before vitrification on in vitro viability of mouse preantral follicles.
The carbohydrate portion contains a variety of insoluble polysaccharides (containing rhamnose, arabinose, galactose, galacturonic acid, glucose, xylose, and mannose) and soluble components, such as sucrose, raffinose
, and stachyose (Eldrige et al.
It did not produce acid from D- glucose, D-mannose, D-fructose, maltose, D-mannitol, rhamnose, sucrose, D-trehalose, D-galactose, cellobiose, D- raffinose
, xylose, lactose, ribose, arabinose, D-melezitose, D-salicin and aesculin.
Veg such as sprouts, beans and broccoli all contain a complex natural sugar called raffinose
and our bodies lack the enzyme to digest it in the small intestine.
Brussels sprouts, beans and broccoli are a particularly common cause of wind-related bloating, because they all contain a complex natural sugar called raffinose
, and our bodies lack the enzyme that should be able to digest it in the small intestine.
This indicated their ability to hydrolyse oligosaccharides of raffinose
family (Holzapfel, 2002).
The oligosaccharides associated with the production of flatulence, such as raffinose
, stachyose and verbascose, were in the limits of 1.
The detected tri-glycoside can be raffinose
, which is also found in wheat.
La faible hydrolyse de la farine de soja serait attribuee d'une part au fait que le soja contient peu d'amidon et des sucres moins complexes comme le verbascose, le raffinose
et d'autre part a la presence de sucres non hydrolysables ou resistants .
Beans are notorious for causing gas because they have sugars like raffinose
and stachyose," notes Slavin.
And out of five isolates, four isolates were positive for Sacarose, Trehalose, Raffinose
, and Eesculine hydrolysis on the basis of PIBwin software, the Bacillus spp.