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anomer

[′an·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
One of a pair of isomers of cyclic carbohydrates; resulting from creation of a new point of symmetry when a rearrangement of the atoms occurs at the aldehyde or ketone position.
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Inhibition of gastric motility induced by hepatic portal injections of D-glucose and its anomers.
Spectral Types of carbon areas ppm 230-184 carbonyl in keto and aldehyde 184-157 carboxyl in acids or esters 157-143 aromatic C-O 143-106 aromatic and olephinic, C-C, C-H 106-87 Anomers 87-43 [sp.
1% ammonia, and high temperature to prevent double chromatographic peaks due to the formation of anomers.
Glucose undergoes mutarotation between its different anomers.
Whereas a glycosidic bond made between [alpha] anomers of glucose is relatively easily hydrolyzed by mammalian enzymes, a glycosidic bond made between [beta] anomers of glucose can only be hydrolyzed by the enzymes made by microbes such as those inhabiting the digestive tract of livestock.