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Chemo-immunological studies on conjugated carbonhydrate -proteins.
Commercially available identification kits based on carbonhydrate fermentation tests fail to identify various Lactobacillus species.
Brugnoli E, Scartazza A, Lauteri M, Monteverd MC, Maguas C (1998) 'Carbon isotope discrimination in structural and non-structural carbonhydrate rates in relation to productivity and adaptation to unfavourable conditions.
Nutrition notes per serving for 8: 678 calories, Protein 11g, Carbonhydrate 118g, Fat 22g, Saturated fat 7g, Fibre 3g, Added sugar 35g, Salt 0.
Pneumonia and bronchiolitis are also included in the relative indications in the neonatal period, since surfactant treatment contibutes to surfactant synthesis of the baby and regulates pulmonary functions and provides synthesis of natural SP-A and SP-D subsequently, though it is not included in the hydrophylic SP-A and SP-D commercial preparations which have an important place in the natural immune system recognizing the carbonhydrate structures on bacteriae and viruses.
Maca tuber meal was found to have protein levels of 10- 13% and highly hydrolysable carbonhydrate levels of 59-68 % on a dry matter basis (Dini et al.
Ketogenic diet composed of high fat and low carbonhydrate was introduced as a therapeutic alternative for epilepsy in early 20's.
2014) Zinc is essential plant micronutrient which is involved in many physiological functions, protein and carbonhydrate synthesis (Yadavi et al.
Glycogen storage disease type 1 is a severe autosomal recessive metabolic disease which affects carbonhydrate and purin metabolism.
ruckeri suspected isolates; growth in Triple Sugar Iron agar, Urease, Citrate, Indole, Methyl Red, Voges Proskauer, Oxidase, Catalase, Lysine, Decarboxylase, ONPG, Arginine dihydrolase, Ornithine Decarboxylase, Tryptophan Deaminase and Lactose, Glucose, Sucrose, Maltose, Mannitol, Melibiose, Arabinose, Rhamnose, Inositol carbonhydrate fermentation tests were performed.
The color of the wood tends to darken due to the important changes in the chemical components of the wood such as degradation of amorphous carbonhydrates during the heat treatments at high temperature (Kamperidou et al.