Determination of monosaccharides and disaccharides
in mucopolysaccharidoses patients by electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry.
Heparin contains an unusually low proportion of sulphated disaccharide
An early candidate was naringin, a glycoside of the flavonone naringenin with the disaccharide
Fetal radioactivity was associated with unchanged BPA, BPA glucuronide, and a disaccharide
By detecting the basic signal assignments of the disaccharide
unit with high accuracy it was shown that the quite low methylation degree actually present in agaroses does not cause, contrary to earlier results, differences in chemical shift values in the cases of real matrices .
Topoisomerase poisoning activity of novel disaccharide
Lactose intolerance is a disaccharide
(a natural sugar) found in human milk and the milk of other mammals.
Sucrose, a disaccharide
that doesn't enter cells readily, had no effect on expression of PPSS I mRNA.
Kahne and his coworkers synthesized the disaccharide
and tested it alone against resistant bacteria.
Glucosamine can complement ectogenous glucosaminoglycan, provide the precursor of disaccharide
unit needed in the synthsis of glycosaminoglycan inside the body, and stimulate synthesis of proteoglycan and collagen in the chondrocyte, as well as complement lost ingredients of cartilage matrix and inhibit the expression of matrix metalloproteinase so as to maintain the normal metabolism of cartilage matrix and accelerate the recovery of cartilage.
Lactulose is a disaccharide
solution of galactose and fructose in a base which also contains a minute quantity of lactose and epilactose.
crystal, difructose anhydride (DFA) III containing two fructose units, can be obtained from inulin of chicory root (Kikuchi et al.
Sucrose, or table sugar, for example, is a disaccharide
that is broken down in the small intestine into fructose and glucose.
molecule is linked together and belongs to the GAG family of collagen molecule.
Enzyme activity: lactase catalyzes the hydrolysis of the disaccharide
lactose, yielding glucose and galactose;