tetrasaccharide


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Noun1.tetrasaccharide - any of a variety of carbohydrates that yield four monosaccharide molecules on complete hydrolysis
oligosaccharide - any of the carbohydrates that yield only a few monosaccharide molecules on complete hydrolysis
stachyose - a tetrasaccharide found in the tubers of the Chinese artichoke
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By considering all stereochemical alternatives, eleven isomers can be produced when a disaccharide is formed, 120 for a trisaccharide, and 1424 for a tetrasaccharide (Fig.
2011) Hyaluronan tetrasaccharide promotes regeneration of peripheral nerve: In vivo analysis by film model method.
Glucose tetrasaccharide has been studied as a potential biomarker for Pompe disease (58).
AY-carotene chlorophyll lycopene a-tomatine dehydrotomatine tetrasaccharide glycoalkaloids and the anti-cholinergic alkaloids atropine are the volatile compounds found in tomato using GC-MS [8].
In brief, saliva samples diluted 1:1,000 or B type 2 bovine serum albumin-conjugated tetrasaccharide (positive control) were coated on ELISA plates.
The developed tool relates the function with terminal sugars up to tetrasaccharide at terminal and vicinal sugar residues, linkages and anomery.
7,790,466 is related to methods of processing enoxaparin to determine the presence of certain tetrasaccharide structures and the US Patent No.
Stachyose, a tetrasaccharide with two galactose, one glucose and one fructose molecules, increased gradually in all coffee genotypes under low temperatures, as also noted by TAPERNOUX-LUTHI et al.
b]-OMe tetrasaccharide comes into contact with the lectin.