polysaccharide


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Synonyms for polysaccharide

any of a class of carbohydrates whose molecules contain chains of monosaccharide molecules

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Yew Bio plans to initially launch two agaric polysaccharide products, which include a beverage powder and capsule, with tastes specifically designed for both the American and Chinese markets.
Key clinical point: Adults who are 65 years and older should routinely receive 13-valent pneurnococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV13) in series with 23-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV23).
Polysaccharides offer product developers several advantages.
Professor Ding's research team discovered Lentinan and other Chinese herbal polysaccharides can be absorbed intact by the intestinal lining through clathrin-mediated endocytosis.
Production of nanoparticles requires less time in the new green method compared to microbial method, and the new green method is more cost-effective compared to the modified polysaccharide method.
Polysaccharides were quantified by colorimetric methods and their amount and composition in addition was analyzed after hydrolysis and derivatization by GLC-MS.
Kumar (1976), Chatterjee (1976) and Sarkar (1976) have used periodate oxidation to determine the seeds polysaccharide structure.
There is a potential for exploitation of black tea polysaccharide in managing diabetes.
The new approach is based on the fact that a dense region of sugar-containing molecules called polysaccharides surrounds all tissues and organs, including all tumors.
While the papers are organized into sections on bacterial cell wall structures and polysaccharides, microbial polysaccharides in human pathogens, polysaccharides in pathogens of the oral cavity, polysaccharides and biofilm formation, polysaccharides in plant-associated bacteria, polysaccharides of lactic acid bacteria, and commercial applications of microbial polysaccharides, common themes such as biofilm formation, coupling of polysaccharide synthesis with intracellular metabolic functions, and the embedding of regulatory pathways controlling polysaccharide synthesis in global (often virulence-associated) regulatory hierarchies run throughout the collection.
We have shown that grafting synthetic polymers onto a polysaccharide backbone can result in an improved flocculant (9) as well as a better drag reducing agent (10).
Kao Corporation (Tokyo, Japan) has patented an M-1-P-producing enzyme which employs, as starting materials, an oligosaccharide or polysaccharide having a glucose polymerization degree of 5 or more and containing an .
for the supply of various novel polysaccharide compounds as potential lead
At ARS's Eastern Regional Research Center (ERRC) in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania, researchers in the Crop Conversion Science and Engineering Research Unit are at work on pectin, a polysaccharide component in cell walls of fruits and vegetables.