tetrasaccharide


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tetrasaccharide

[‚te·trə′sak·ə‚rīd]
(biochemistry)
A carbohydrate which, on hydrolysis, yields four molecules of monosaccharides.
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The structure-function relationship is established as a set of association rules (AR) based on tetrasaccharide chain.
Stachyose, a tetrasaccharide with two galactose, one glucose and one fructose molecules, increased gradually in all coffee genotypes under low temperatures, as also noted by TAPERNOUX-LUTHI et al.
As expected from earlier probing experiments, only about half of the [Le.sup.b]-OMe tetrasaccharide comes into contact with the lectin.
Recently, urinary glucose tetrasaccharide (Glc4), a breakdown product from glycogen, has been used to monitor disease burden and clinical response to treatment (23-26).
This determinant can be released by endo-[beta]-galactosidase digestion of the glycoprotein, in conjunction with the formation of the tetrasaccharide Neu5NAc([alpha]2-3)Gal([beta]1-4)GlcNAc([beta]1-3)Gal and trisaccharide Gal([beta]1-4)GlcNAc([beta]1-3)Gal.
[36], gellan gum is composed of tetrasaccharide (1.3-[beta]-D-glucose, 1.4-[beta]-D-glucuronic acid, 1.4-[beta]-D-glucose, and 1,4-[alpha]-L-rhamnose) repeating units with a molar ratio of 2: 1: 1 containing about 1.5% acyl groups as acetyl and glycerate molecules per unit (Figure 1).
maritima were constituted by a regular tetrasaccharide repeating unit that appeared to have an intermediate chemical structure compared to SPs obtained from marine invertebrates and red seaweeds (AQUINO et al., 2005).
Antibody LM137, which recognizes all H determinants and [Le.sup.b] tetrasaccharide, also labeled connective tissue and digestive epithelial cells intracellularly.
A second nonreactive compound was identified as a sulfated galactose-linked tetrasaccharide (5).
Glucose tetrasaccharide has been studied as a potential biomarker for Pompe disease (58).
Antibodies that crossreacted with globoside and Forssman represent a different type of specificity: they bind to the internal tetrasaccharide structure of globoside present in Forssman GSL.