glucoside


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glucoside

[′glü·kə‚sīd]
(biochemistry)
One of a group of compounds containing the cyclic forms of glucose, in which the hydrogen of the hemiacetal hydroxyl has been replaced by an alkyl or aryl group.
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Alkyl glucosides are derived from coconut, palm, or rapeseed oil with glucose supplied by corn, wheat starch, or potatoes.
With the exception of the carboxylic group, all observed absorptions are in very good accordance with reference spectra of sterol glucosides 8.
In another study, scientists enlisted volunteers who applied a cream containing ascorbyl glucoside to their face twice daily for three months.
Description: Decyl glucoside (and) polyglyceryl-10 caprylate/ caprate (and) coco glucoside (and) glyceryl oleate
Thin-layer and high-performance liquid chromatographic analyses of limonoids and limonoid glucosides in Citrus seeds.
The solid (514 mg) was recrystallised from ethyl acetate to give Naphthol glucoside as light brown plates (480 mg), molecular formula found ([C.
A murine study published in 2000 found two polyacetylenic glucosides derived from the aerial parts of B.
2002, "Enzymatic modification of the sugar moieties of natural Glucosides," Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic pp.
For the bioavailability experiment, 16 healthy men and women volunteers downed a dose of pure limonin glucoside.
Identification of glucoside and carboxyl-linked glucuronide conjugates of mycophenolic acid in plasma of patients treated with MMF.
But it's the curing method used to remove the astringent glucoside in raw olives that most influences the taste.
Chemical similarity of 30 willow species based on the phenolic glucoside content (data from Julkunen-Tiitto 1989a, 1989b) was analyzed and the results were compared with the genetic and host preference differences of the sawfly.