heteropolysaccharide

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heteropolysaccharide

[¦hed·ə·rō‚päl·ē′sak·ə‚rīd]
(biochemistry)
A polysaccharide which is a polymer consisting of two or more different monosaccharides.
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The complete amino acid sequence and primary structure of its heteroglycan.
The heteroglycan breakdown products (oligosaccharide fragments produced by the action of each enzyme preparation) correlated with the quality differences produced by each of the enzymes.
The glycosylation microheterogeneity of AGP is based on the structure of the protein's five complex heteroglycan side chains, each of which may exist in a bi-antennary, tri-antennary, or tetra-antennary configuration.
Nc-5-s is a heteroglycan isolated from free-living colonies of Nostoc commune and its structure has been characterized in detail.
Urinary screening for disorders of complex heteroglycan metabolism: results of 10 years experience with a comprehensive system.
Liu CL, Zhang YS, Li RQ (1988) Studies on the water soluble polysaccharides from Panax ginseng fruit: Isolation, purification and structural studies on heteroglycan F.
Component sugar analysis suggests that some active polysaccharides are grouped into pectic polysaccharides containing arabinogalactan or heteroglycan chains.
Several mushrooms have been screened for their bio active properties and many compounds such as polysaccharides mainly 2-D glucan, heteroglycans, hexose correlated compounds, pachymanans, proteioglycans, terpenoides such as ganoderic acid, ganoderol, ganodermic acid and compounds like germanium and ergosterol have been isolated and commercialized (Hobbs, 1996; Wani et.
In contrast to the use of homoglycans, the use of 1H-NMR spectra of heteroglycans seems to be very promising (Leal et al.
The concentration of the heteroglycans in APS and ABPS, and saponins in ASS were 50%, 40%, and 1%, respectively.
Three heteroglycans Ths-4, Ths-5 and thamnolan and a [beta]-glucan, Ths-2, isolated from the lichen Thamnolia vermicularis var.
Mode of complement activation by acidic heteroglycans from the leaves of Artemisia princeps PAMP.