galactosyl


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galactosyl

(ɡəˈlæktəˌsɪl)
n
the glycosyl radical of galactose
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The 'A' gene codes for the transferase alpha N-acetyl-galactosaminyl transferase and the 'B' gene codes for transferase alpha galactosyl transferase and 'O' allele encodes for a non-functional transferase.
Voragen, "Okra pectin contains an unusual substitution of its rhamnosyl residues with acetyl and alpha-linked galactosyl groups," Carbohydrate Research, vol.
The serum concentration of anti-aGal was determined by a sandwich enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), using an ELISA kit for human anti-alpha galactosyl IgG, IgA, and IgM (BioVendor, Laboratorni Medicina a.s., Brno, Czech Republic) according to the manufacturer's instructions.
One candidate is GLB1, since this enzyme cleaves terminal [beta]-linked galactosyl residues from gangliosides.
LH3 has three unique posttranslational modifications present in collagenous sequences in vivo and it hydroxylates lysyl residues, galactosylates hydroxylysyl residues, and glucosylates galactosyl hydroxylysyl residues [63].
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 reason for this might be due to a protective effect of galactosyl and sulfoquinovosyl moieties on PUFAs bonded to glycoglycerolipids (the main membrane lipids) [33].
Rody et al., "Gene expression of ceramide kinase, galactosyl ceramide synthase and ganglioside GD3 synthase is associated with prognosis in breast cancer," Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology, vol.
Cattaneo, "Occurrence of galactosyl isomaltol and galactosyl [beta]-pyranone in commercial drinking milk," Nahrung-Food, vol.
Metachromatic Leukodystrophy gets its name from the metachromatic granules which are formed as a result of the accumulation of galactosyl and lactosyl sulfatide substrate deposits.
MGDGs are present in a wide range of plants, and plant galactosyl lipids constitute approximately 80% of the membrane lipids, of which MGDG is the most abundant one and accounts for approximately 50% of the thylakoid lipids.
The latter showed that N-acetylglucosaminyl (GlcNAc), galactosyl, mannosyl, galacturonosyl, and glucuronosyl were the major glycosyl residues in the dried biofilm.