arabin

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arabin

(ˈærəˌbɪn)
n
the essence of gum arabic, being a carbohydrate gum composed of hexoses and D-arabinose
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This highly branched polysaccharide is a complex mixture of Ca, Mg and K salts of arabic acid that contains galactose, rhamnose, glucuronic acid, 4-O-methyl glucuronic acid and arabinose residues (16).