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a group of compounds derived from monosaccharides

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NH]) 1420, 1320 Vibrations of OH, CH in the ring 1257 C-O group 1157 -C-O-C in glycosidic linkage 1076, 1029 C-O stretching in acetamide ([V.
Identification of novel glycosidic aroma precursors in saffron (Crocus sativus L.
In order to convert the crystalline cellulosic form to the amorphous form amenable to the enzymatic hydrolysis of the glycosidic bond, kenaf pulp samples were subjected to different base pre-treatment processes.
At the molecular scale, cellulose consists of linear chains of [beta]-D-glucopyranose units linked by (1-4) glycosidic bonds.
15) Enzymes involved in glycosidic bond synthesis represent more than 1% of all open-reading-frame genes in M.
Pectinase is a generic name for a family of enzymes that catalyse hydrolysis of the glycosidic bonds in the pectic polymers [5].
Indeed hydrolysis of glycosidic bonds joining monosaccharide units in oligo and polysaccharides can be catalyzed by either acids or enzymes.
Most Senna species that occur in Brazil present piperidine alkaloids as majority constituents, besides glycosidic flavones, long chain aliphatic esters, glycosidic chromone and polyssaccharides (VIEGAS JUNIOR et al.
Polysaccharide may be degraded/fragmented through cleavage of inter-subunit glycosidic bonds by chemical reactions that often involve simple but randomly-acting acid or reactive oxygen species, or biological reactions that often involve complex but specific enzymes [1, 2].
Tandem mass spectrometric fragmentation of these antibiotics show two types of dissociations: a) cleavage of glycosidic linkages attaching the sugars to the macrolide ring and elimination of water, and b) macrolide ring opening cleavages.
crocetin and its glycosidic crocin) that are considered to be pharmacologically active.
Beginning with glycosidic bond formation, the contributors provide the most recent developments in stereoselectivity and therapeutic relevance for advanced biochemistry students, as well as research scientists in the field of biosynthesis, biopathways and vaccination studies.
Determination of sterols in foods: recovery of free, esterified and glycosidic sterols.
The pectin is obtained as a linear polymer of D-galacturonic acid and its methyl ester in which the monomer units are linked by 1, 4 glycosidic bonds.