salicin

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salicin

[′sal·ə·sən]
(organic chemistry)
C13H18O7 A glucoside; colorless crystals, soluble in water, alcohol, alkalies, and glacial acetic acid; melts at 199°C; used in medicine and as an analytical reagent.
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Ismail Ozgur CAN, Zehra DEMIROGLU UYANIKER [1], Halis ULAS [1], Gokmen KARABAG [1], Can CIMILLI [2], Serpil SALACIN [1]
The main species of Aeromonas were identified by the differential biochemical reactions of gas production from D-glucose, arginine dihydrolase, ornithine and lysine decarboxylase; esculin hydrolysis; Voges Proskauer reaction; fermentation from arabinose, sucrose, mannitol, salacin, and D-sorbitol; and citrate and glycerol utilization (5).