AGPS


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AGPS

Assisted GPS) See A-GPS.
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Both AGPS and CLAGPS maintained granular forms, lost birefringence and showed some granule surface damage.
AGPS showed distinctive solubility, swelling power and pasting properties, compared to native potato starch and CLAGPS.
As proteinas arabinogalactanos (AGPs) sao macromoleculas que se encontram praticamente em todos os orgaos das plantas, sendo associadas com varios aspectos do crescimento e desenvolvimento vegetal.
PALABRAS CLAVE / AGPs / Cultivo de Celulas / Embriogenesis Somatica / Proteinas Extracelulares /
AGPs were isolated from the high-molecular-weight fraction of an aqueous extract after protein removement, tangential flow filtration (MWCO 30.000 Da), dialysis and precipitation with [beta]-glucosyl-Yariv reagent.
Both AGPs were tested in a competitive ELISA for cross-reactivities with monoclonal antibodies raised against Echinacea purpurea AGP (Classen et al., 2004), to gain further information on structural details.
For a special group of glycoproteins, the arabinogalactan-proteins (AGPs), interactions with the complement system have been demonstrated in vitro (Diallo et al., 2001; Alban et al., 2002), and binding of an AGP from E.
Studies in which algal assays have been used to relate AGP (algal growth potential) to indigenous phytoplankton standing crop include those of Miller and Maloney (1971), Miller et al.
Arabinogalactan-protein (AGP) isolated from this pressed juice is a high molecular weight glycoprotein (1.2 x [10.sup.6] Da) with a highly branched carbohydrate moiety of >90% (w/w), mainly consisting of 3-, 6- and 3,6-linked [beta]-D-Galp residues, substituted with terminal [alpha]-L-Araf residues and terminal GlcA.