trisaccharide


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

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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.
Because we have identified a small trisaccharide domain within CA19-9 that binds E-selectin and is responsible for this function, we were presented with an opportunity to design a small-molecule mimic of this domain as a novel glycomimetic drug to inhibit metastasis.
Foremost, there is a trade off between the relative abundance of the unmodified and trisaccharide forms that depends on the presence of the Gc2 allele.
Identification of a disaccharide (Xyl-Glc) and a trisaccharide (Xyl2-Glc) O-glycosidically linked to a serine residue in the first epidermal growth factor-like domain of human factors VII and IX and protein Z and bovine protein Z.
0g Ginsenoside Ro, Ra~Rn Radix ginseng Glucoginsenoside-Rf Panaxynol (falcarinol) Dihidropanaxacol [beta]-Sitosterol [beta]-Sitosterol glucoside D-glucose Maltose Trisaccharide A, B, C ATP Cinnamomi Cinnamomum 2.
The compound was identified by comparison with reference spectra as the trisaccharide Man[alpha]1-3Man[beta]1-4G1cNAc (14).
In a-mannosidosis, there is a series of oligosaccharides starting with the trisaccharide GlcNAc-[Man.
Ordinary hCG [alpha] and [beta] dimer with no cleavages, monoantennary or biantennary N-linked oligosaccharides, and trisaccharide and tetrasaccharide O-linked oligosaccharides) is the principal form of hCG in serum during normal pregnancy.
In humans, deglycosylation of Gc-globulin, involving stepwise removal of [beta]-galactose and sialic acid from the trisaccharide, leaving N-acetyl-galactosamine (GalNAc), produces a potent macrophage-activating factor (Gc-MAF) (3).
A1 is the result of a highly reactive blood group A transferase, which converts most of the H trisaccharide to A tetrasaccharide on the erythrocyte surface (32, 33).
The major compound was the trisaccharide at m/z 911, corresponding to Man[alpha]1 [right arrow] 3Man[beta]1 [right arrow] 4GlcNAc (6,17).