Manna sugar

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a substance found in manna, resembling, but distinct from, the sugars. See Mannite.

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About RPC Pure-Collagen - RPC Pure-Collagen is a viscous material made of porcine collagen with EDTA and D-Mannitol at a physiological pH provided in a 1 ml Luer-lockTM syringe that can be administered through a fine gauge needle or micro-cannula (30Ga).
A phytochemical in the edible tamogitake mushroom (Pleurotus cornucopiae), D-mannitol, inhibits ACE activity and lowers the blood pressure of spontaneously hypertensive rats.
sinensis including cordycepin (3'-deoxyadenosine), D-mannitol (cordycepic acid) and polysaccharides (Lim et al.
Maltotriose, D-mannitol and acetic acid permitted decreased biofilm formation by the mutant.
A key feature is that the diastereomers of these ligands are derived from the same chiral source, D-mannitol, and offer the opposite enantioselectivity in asymmetric catalysis.
2]S production on TCBS (-), catalase reaction (+), ODC and LDC (-); oxidative character on O/F medium (+), utilization of glucose or lactose on Kligler medium (-), methyl red reaction (-), indole production (-), [alpha]-haemolysis (-), acid production from amygdaline, L-arabinose, D-cellobiose, ethanol, D-fructose, Dgalactose, glycerol, lactose, D-mannitol, D-melibiose, D-raffinose, ribose, sucrose, salicia, sorbilol or D-trehalose (-); degradation of urea, chitin, gelatin, casein, DNA, lecithin, chondroitin, cellulose or agar (-); utilization of citrate as sole carbon source (-), and motility (+).