galactose


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a simple sugar found in lactose

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This media was conditioned with 0.08mM/mL glucose, 0.08mM/mL fructose, 0.08mM/mL galactose and 0.04mM/mL maltose respectively.
Galactose can be recognized by a receptor on hepatocytes and has a high physiological activity for hepatocytes [36].
While animals drank different water, rats in normal group drank pure water, but rats in control group drank 12.5% galactose solution in the first 7 days and 10% galactose solution from the 8th day to the end; the whole duration was 18 days.
Presence of reducing substance in urine and presence of galactose in urinary sugar chromatography were recorded.
O-glycan chains consists of two residues, N-acetylegalactosamine (GalNAc) and beta 1, 3-linked galactose. Both residues may be sialylated.
When a clinical suspicion of galactosemia exists, or in asymptomatic cases with a positive neonatal screening, galactose must be removed from the diet even before biochemical confirmation of the diagnosis.
Reduced numbers of cortical GABA-immunoreactive neurons in the chronic d- galactose treatment model of brain aging.
The larch tree extract is a natural polysaccharide polymer that is linked with sugar units consisting of galactose and arabinose.
Diosgenin ameliorates cognition deficit and attenuates oxidative damage in senescent mice induced by D- galactose. Am.
The metabolism of galactose involves 3 enzymes of the Leloir pathway, galactokinase (GALK, EC 2.7.1.6), galactose-1-phosphate uridylyltransferase (GALT, EC2.7.7.12), (4) and uridine diphosphate galactose-4'epimerase (GALE, EC 5.1.3.2).
In the present paper, the requirement of medium components including various carbon (5% [w/w], glucose, maltose, galactose, ribose, and xylose) and nitrogen sources (7% [w/w], peanut meal, beef extract, soybean meal, ammonium sulphate, and ammonium chloride), barbital (1%, 2%, 3%, 4%, and 5%), pH (7.0, 7.5, 8.0, 8.5, and 9.0), and moisture content (40%, 45%, 50%, 55%, and 60%) were optimized.
The galactose single point (GSP) test is one novel method of assessing residual liver function.
(10) In fact, a liter of milk contains about 50 grams of lactose--that's about 12 grams per cup.11 Lactose is composed of two simple sugars: glucose, the most common sugar in the world, and galactose, a sugar found primarily in milk products.
[1,2] Recently, in KwaZulu-Natal province, at least 4 infants with galactosaemia have been affected by the phenomenon of galactose interfering with glucose meters and producing high readings, resulting in the misdiagnosis of hyperglycaemia.