pyranoside


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pyranoside

[pī′ran·ə‚sīd]
(biochemistry)
A glycoside whose cyclic sugar component resembles that of pyran.
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Caudatin 3-O-[beta]-D-cymaropyranosyl-(1 [right arrow])-[beta]-n-dropyranosyl-(1 right arrow] pyranosyl-(1 [right arrow] pyranoside (CGII) (Figure 1) is a [C.sub.21]-steroidal glycosides first isolated in 1995 [10].
Free radical sites may be formed on the cellulose molecules by dehydrogenation, depolymerization, oxidation or formation of unstable metal complexes, which may lead to one electron transfer to the metal, and cleavage of the gluco pyranoside ring.
gpMuc bound to the Concanavalin column was eluted with 3 CV of elution buffer (binding buffer containing 0.1 M[alpha]-methyl-D-manno pyranoside).
The NMR spectra of the sugar acetates showed that Lemieux's guess was right, and that an equatorially oriented hydrogen atom of a pyranoside generally gave rise to a signal at a lower field than did an otherwise identical hydrogen which was axial.