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There are three kinds of hydroxy groups in a saccharide moiety, the hemiacetal, the primary hydroxy group, and the secondary hydroxy groups (Fig.
Saccharides play a relevant role in the food industry and the research for the development of reliable and low-cost biosensors is always very active [1].
Shinkai, Boronic Acids in Saccharide Recognition, RSC Publishing, Cambridge, UK, 2006.
Specifically, GlcATI contributes to the addition of the terminal four saccharides, xylose-galactose-galactose-glucuronic acid, hence its presence in the cis-Golgi [6].
It appears that the interactions between the sapogenin (but not the saccharide chains of RA) to VEGFR2 contribute more to the stable conformation VEGFR2RA complex.
Therefore, the chemical studies of wines should not only involve polyphenols, but also potentially beneficial or harmful saccharides, organic acids, metals, and so forth.
Legionella are Gram-negative bacteria with a species-specific pattern of saccharide molecules on their surface, called the lipopolysaccharides.
We have already clarified that the excretion of hydrogen in end-expiratory gas was increased surelybythe ingestion of nondigestible saccharide in a dosage manner [36,37].
1"-OH in the saccharide group of BA as the hydrogen bond donor was found between the OH and the backbone S atom of CME 592 (H...S distance = 3.4 [Angstrom]), which was located on the mobile flap closing the active site of the enzyme.
The FTIR spectrum showed resonance peaks attributed to saccharide groups.
Scientists tested hydrating capability of a dried extract of apple fruit, called Botanimoist[R] AMS (apple moisturizing saccharide) in a placebo-controlled human study.
It's just a single saccharide unit, O-linked N-acetylglucosamine (O-GlcNAc) that gets added on to proteins.
It is a sugar crop with soluble saccharide in the form of glucose, fructose and sucrose[2] and it is widely cultivated in several countries[3].
To the main polysaccharide chains other shorter or longer, straight or branched, saccharide chains are attached.
The pectic enzymes play an important role in braking down grape pulp and skin cells and are able to split those chains and saccharide bonds between the chains (Whitaker, 1984).