glycosyl

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glycosyl

(ˈɡlaɪkəˌsɪl)
n
(Biochemistry) biochem a glucose-derived radical
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Product ion spectra and fragmentation pathway of CQA glycoside positional isomers: (d) 3-0-(4'-0caffeoyl glucosyl) quinic acid and (e) 4-0-(4'-0-caffeoyl glucosyl) quinic acid detected in Moringa oleifera plant extracts.
Murosaki, "Oral intake of a combination of glucosyl hesperidin and caffeine elicits an anti-obesity effect in healthy, moderately obese subjects: a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trial," Nutrition Journal, vol.
These are independent adherence mechanisms, one mediated by PMN Fc receptors, the others by engagement of different glycoproteins and glycolipids, containing terminal sialic acids and N-acetylglucosamines (WGA binders) and mannosyl and glucosyl groups in multivalent (ConA) as well as monovalent (SConA) interactions.
For the complete hydrolysis of cellulose into monomer glucose the synergistic action of all three cellulolytic enzymes including endo-[beta]-1,4-glucanase (EC 3.2.1.4, EG, randomly cleaving internal linkages), cellobiohydrolase (EC 3.2.1.91, CBH, specifically hydrolyzing cellobiosyl units from non-reducing ends), and [beta]-D-glucosidase (EC 3.2.1.21, hydrolyzing glucosyl units from cellooligosaccharides) is required (Perez et al, 2002).
Two oleanane-type triterpenoids substituted with galloyl and glucosyl moieties were identified for the first time, one of which exhibits sweet properties.
(1981) An efficient method for glucosylation of hydroxy compounds using glucosyl fluoride.
The main chain is composed of two mannosyl and two galactosyl moieties; one branch contains one glucosyl moiety and the other branch is composed of one galactosyl and one rhamnosyl moiety [10].
The position of the cinnamic ester group in the glucose unity was proved by long-range HMBC correlation between the ester carbonyl group and the glucosyl hydrogen: [[delta].sub.C] 165.2 and H-2'[[delta].sub.H] 5.65, in compound 2, and [[delta].sub.C] 165.8 and H-2' [[delta].sub.H] 5.56, in compound 3.
Chen, "Synthesis of some novel glucosyl triazoles from 2,3,4,6-Tetra-O-pivaloyl-D-glucopyranosyl azide," Journal of Carbohydrate Chemistry, vol.
The basis for these experiments is given by the well-established notion that hydrolysis of intragastrically administered starch is a prerequisite for the entrance of the derived glucosyl units into blood.
Briefly, LGM2605 was synthesized from vanillin via secoisolariciresinol and a glucosyl donor (perbenzoyl-protected trichloroacetimidate under the influence of TMSOTf) through a concise route that involved chromatographic separation of diastereomeric diglucoside derivatives.