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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The group of other triterpenoids carrying carboxylic acid function on carbon 24 of the non-sugar part of molecules and more particularly glucosyl derivative of bartogenic acid (GluBA) attracted our attention.
Otsuka, An acyclic monoterpene glucosyl ester from Lantana lilacia, Planta Medica, 64, 78 (1998).
His research activities include studies on the reaction mechanisms of various alpha-amylases and glucosyl transferases.
Glucosyl transferase inhibitors from plant extracts for dentifrice.
As previously published, muscle glycogen stores were not statistically different at the start of the time trial on the LFAT and MFAT time trial and averaged 360 [+ or -] 43 and 293 [+ or -] 25mmol glucosyl units*[kg.
Like plant cellulose, bacterial cellulose is highly crystalline, but the two celluloses differ in the arrangement of glucosyl units within the unit cells of the crystallites, and genetic evidence suggests that the two celluloses are synthesized by enzymatic machinery that differs considerably at the molecular level [3].
0 mM (virtual molecular weight of glucosyl and fructosyl moieties taken as 162 and 110 for aminoacyl moieties).
Total carbohydrates were quantified as glucosyl units, using a calibration curve of glucose treated in the same way as particular samples, especially for the incubation times.
1]H COSY, HMBC suggest that the glucosyl unit with C-1" is linked to C-4 by an ether linkage.
LAB employs sucrase-type enzymes to convert sucrose into homopolysaccharides consisting of either glucosyl units (glucans) or fructosyl units (fructans).
1989) Structure determination of glucosyl [beta] 1-N-([omega]-O-linoleoyl)-acylsphingosines of human epidermis.
niger transglucosidase rapidly transferred glucosyl residues to maltooligosaccharides, and gradually hydrolyzed both alpha-(1-->4) linkages and alpha-(1-->6) linkages at the non-reducing end, and transformed these into smaller molecules of mainly alpha-(1-->6) linkages.