manna sugar

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manna sugar

[′man·ə ‚shu̇g·ər]
(organic chemistry)
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[117] analyzed two samples of each sugar alcohol (D-mannitol and myoinositol).
Trehalose dihydrate and D-mannitol carriers," Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.
The chronic toxicity test was performed using female CD1 mice (30 [+ or -] 2g in weight and approximate age of 8-10 weeks), which were given orally the alcoholic extract (ECHE), D-mannitol, or hexa-O-acetyl-D-mannitol under the same schedule as the hypercholesterolemia study.
Ciprofloxacin (Java pharmaceutical, Pakistan), D-mannitol, D-penicillamine, Octanol, Stannous chloride, Gentistic acid (Sigma Aldrich, USA), Sodium pyrophosphate, Ascorbic acid, Acetone (Riedel, Germany), Saline (Otsuka, Pakistan), Tricholoacetic acid (Fisher Scientific, UK).
They can be differentiated based on the use of certain carbon sources for growth, such as D-mannitol and D-malic acid, as well as chitinase activity.
It was incapable of growing in the absence of NaCl and did not produce acid from D-glucose, Dmannose, D-fructose, maltose, D-mannitol, rhamnose, sucrose, D-trehalose, D-galactose, cellobiose, Draffinose, xylose, lactose, ribose, arabinose, D-melezitose, D-salicin and aesculin.
For determination of adenosine, D-mannitol and cordycepin, a Purospher Lichro CART PP18 column (Merck) was used at 40[degrees]C.
This compound is usually synthesized from D-mannitol and L-serine or ascorbic acid [1].
The carbohydrate D-mannitol is a major soluble component in most higher fungi, in over fifty families of the angiosperms, and in many genera of the red and brown algae, liquens and liverworts (LEWIS & SMITH, 1967).
These studies used a number of chemical compounds to simulate water deficits, such as, carbowax 6000, D-mannitol, glucose, NaCl, sucrose, polyethylene glycol (PEG), and polyvinylpyrrollidone.