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any of a variety of carbohydrates that yield three monosaccharide molecules on complete hydrolysis

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Treatment of ABO hemolytic disease with synthetic blood group trisaccharides.
Previous studies determined that the honeydew produced by aphids contained a mixture of monosaccharides, disaccharides, and trisaccharides (Volkl et al.
dendrorhous produces neokestose (6G-FOS), a novel bifidogenic trisaccharide, as the main transglycosylation product, unlike other microbial [beta]-fructofuranosidases that produce mainly 1F-FOS and 6F-FOS, with little or no 6G-FOS (19-21).
Chemical synthesis and serology of disaccharides and trisaccharides of phenolic glycolipid antigens from the leprosy bacillus and preparation of a disaccharide protein conjugate for serodiagnosis of leprosy.
In addition, disaccharides, trisaccharides and other oligosaccharides are present in honey in small concentrations.
The A and B trisaccharides are thought to act as receptors for rosetting on uninfected erythrocytes and direct binding between the parasite rosetting ligand PfEMP1 and the A antigen has been demonstrated.
Higher levels of monosaccharides, disaccharides and trisaccharides are present in the mature green maize [20].
They include monosaccharides (glucose, fructose, xylose or mannose), disaccharides (sucrose, lactose and maltose), trisaccharides, oligosaccharides and polysaccharides.
The use of monosaccharides, disaccharides, and trisaccharides in synthetic dilutents for the storage of ram spermatozoa at 37[degrees]C and 5[degrees]C.
Enzymatic acylation of di--and trisaccharides with fatty acids: choosing the appropriate enzyme, support and solvent.
Phosphobetains Antifouling properties No evidence in the bound form (71) Sulphobetains Antifouling properties No evidence in the bound form (72) Table-3: Role of carbohydrates Carbohydrate Ligand recognition Biomedical application Mono Di and Trisaccharides Galactose Immune response (85), Specific cell residues (E.
albicans Substrate SL407 (ATCC90028) Pentoses L-arabinose - - D-xylose - + Hexoses D-glucose + + D-galactose + + [alpha]-methyl-D-glucoside - + Disaccharides D-cellobiose - - D-lactose - - D-maltose + + D-saccharose + + D-trehalose ([dagger]) - + Trisaccharides D-melezitose - - D-raffinose - - Alcohols Glycerol + - Adonitol + + Xylitol + + Inositol - - D-sorbitol + + Organic acids 2-keto-gluconate + + Amino acids N-acetylglucosamine + + Identification C.
The presence of larger oligosaccharides (G4 to >G9) in plasma, in addition to di- and trisaccharides, suggests that either some oligosaccharides are not degraded in the plasma of patients or the metabolic capacity of the plasma -amylases is exceeded.
The Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals (CFSII) aged two years and over is also based on 24-hour recall data but includes trisaccharides and higher saccharides in their estimate of added sugars, so the results are not directly comparable with the current study, which has estimated the intake of added sugars based on monosaccharides and disaccharides.
John Riley of Dalhousie University placed first in the graduate poster category for his research on the 'Synthesis of Neutral and Acidic Di- and Trisaccharides Related to Those Found on the Core Structure of Mammalian Jona Pellucida'.