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any of the carbohydrates that yield only a few monosaccharide molecules on complete hydrolysis

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The train of milk oligosaccharide discovery started rolling in 1900, when microbiologists noticed that the feces of breast-fed infants contained different amounts of some bacterial species than those of bottle-fed infants.
In this issue of Clinical Chemistry, a group led by Miao He at Emory University describes a new method for the qualitative profiling of free oligosaccharides and other glycoaminoacids in urine samples (1).
039503v1) In a paper published Wednesday in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, an international team of researchers say that higher concentrations of human milk oligosaccharides, or HMO -- a kind of complex carbohydrate that's the third-most abundant ingredient in breast milk -- were associated with protection against HIV transmission in a group of Zambian mothers.
Effects of mannan oligosaccharide and anantimicrobial product in nursery diets on performance of pigs reared on three different farms.
The modification of the attached oligosaccharide is important in development, where alterations in cell surface oligosaccharides are associated with various pathological conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and cancer.
Their primary food, called prebiotics, consists of non-digestible sugar molecules called oligosaccharides.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 4, 2006 - (JCN) - The National Institute of Agrobiological Science (NIAS) has discovered the protein 'CEBip', Chitin Elicitor Binding Protein and succeeded in the long awaited deciphering of the Amino-acid Sequence of the Elicitor, known as Chitin oligosaccharides.
At the same time the sugars -called oligosaccharides -increased the number of friendly bacteria.
In vitro gram-positive antimicrobial activity of evernimicin (SCH 27899), a novel oligosaccharide, compared with other antimicrobials: a multicentre international trial.
Condensation products having adhesive properties are obtained by reaction of a polyamine with at least two equivalents of an oligosaccharide or a derivative thereof.
com/research/6e1dfe/future_of_function) has announced the addition of the "Future of Functional Oligosaccharide Market in China" report to their offering.
Orisett contains low molecular weight chitosan oligosaccharide bioactives derived from crab shells.
A traditional method to analyze urinary oligosaccharide is 1-dimensional TLC, but this method has limited analytical specificity and sensitivity and provides no structural information for the oligosaccharides, which is often needed for diagnoses (1).
It was reported that the removal of soluble NSP and oligosaccharide by ethanol/water extraction improved intestinal health and growth performance in weaning piglets (Hancock et al.
Sederma is launching Subliskin, an active ingredient based on the new technology of glycokines--a natural sugar sequence that mimics structurally and functionally the oligosaccharide sequence found in the skin.