glycosyl

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glycosyl

[′glī·kə‚sil]
(biochemistry)
A univalent functional group derived from the cyclic form of glycose by removal of the hemiacetal hydroxyl group.
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And, according to the mass ionic fragments, their corresponding glycosides mainly included glucosyl (m/z 162), glucuronyl (m/z 176), galactosyl (m/z 162), and rutinosyl (m/z 308).
1 (loss of glucosyl, 162amu), suggesting that it was dicaffeoylquinic acid glucoside.
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2], PP dolichyl glucosyltransferase activity, which adds the first of three glucosyl residues to the nascent N-glycoproteins in the ER (31).
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1b) which is a prenylflavonoid glycoside with a glucosyl group on C-3 and a rhamnosyl group on C-7 as well as a methoxyl group on C-4.
In the HMBC spectrum of compound 2, the anomeric proton of the glucosyl at [delta] 6.
4 Hz), indicative of the linkage of glucosyl moiety with the aglycone in the [beta]-configuration (Table .
The lost atomic mass units are exactly that of total molecular weight of a rhamnosyl and a glucosyl.