galactose


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a simple sugar found in lactose

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The result is a yeast that consumes cellobiose and galactose in equal amounts at the same time, cutting the production time of biofuel from marine biomass in half, he said.
Infants with DG remain asymptomatic but can have mildly to moderately increased concentrations of galactose metabolites while ingesting lactose from either breast milk or a cow's milk formula.
We conclude that the Accu-chek glucose meter is not suitable as a blood glucose measuring device in neonatal or paediatric intensive care units wherever elevation of blood galactose levels cannot be excluded a priori, and should be removed from routine use in such areas.
In soybean seed, galactose is found in arabinogalactan in cotyledons and in galactomannans in seed coats (Morita, 1965a,b; Aspinall et al.
Goldstein had to strike a balance that allowed the enzyme to efficiently clip off the extra galactose without destroying the red cell's function.
thermophilus through the genetic engineering of the galactose metabolism, which involves the conversion of galactose into glucose, lactose and other sugar intermediates.
For example, growing yeast cells in nutrient media containing the sugar galactose triggered the highly-coordinated expression of the three genes required to metabolize galactose.
Although these babies have increased concentrations of galactose metabolites, no reports have indicated that such individuals develop symptoms of classic galactosemia (5).
The Nova StatStrip point-of-care (POC) glucose monitor incorporates a strip technology that uses four measuring wells to correct hematocrit interference and interferences from acetaminophen, uric acid, ascorbic acid, maltose, galactose, xylose, and lactose.
For example, the complete primary structure of the A chain of mistletoe lectin III has been elucidated and the structures of mistletoe lectin I complexed with lactose and galactose have been determined.
The urine showed 4+ galactose and the red cells showed reduced galactose-1-phosphate uridyl transferase (GALT) activity.
arabinogalactin, xylose, L-arabinose, galactose, galacturonic acid and CMC, will compete in the pharmaceutical, fine chemical, nutraceutical, functional food and food ingredient markets.
Hot water soluble polysaccharides isolated from mature soybean cotyledons are comprised of arabinans, arabinogalactans, and an acidic polysaccharide complex containing galacturonic acid, galactose, arabinose, xylose, fucose, and rhamnose (Aspinall and Cottrell, 1971).
Three years ago, researchers at Wayne State University in Detroit chopped up branched molecules of citrus pectin to make linear, twiglike arrays of the sugar galactose.
The beneficial bacteria break down the lactose into glucose and galactose, two sugars that nearly everyone can absorb.