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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Urinary analysis of glucose tetrasaccharide by HPLC; a useful marker for the investigation of patients with Pompe and other glycogen storage diseases.
ARs are conditional rules defining correlation between tetrasaccharide chain.
Analysis of a glucose tetrasaccharide elevated in Pompe disease by stable isotope dilution-electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry.
urinary-type plasminogen activator, tissue-type plasminogen activator, and coagulation factors VII and XII) except for coagulation factor IX, which contains O-linked Fuc that is elongated to the tetrasaccharide NeuAc[alpha]2-6Gal[beta]1-4GlcNAc[beta]1-3Fuc[alpha]1-Ser/ Thr.
Although the epitope for this antibody does not require sialic acid, the presence of the O-linked tetrasaccharide core structure is essential (1).
The tetrasaccharide has been suggested to result from amylase digestion of glycogen in circulation and is thought to be a final product of this process (18).
Ordinary hCG [alpha] and [beta] dimer with no cleavages, monoantennary or biantennary N-linked oligosaccharides, and trisaccharide and tetrasaccharide O-linked oligosaccharides) is the principal form of hCG in serum during normal pregnancy.
Analysis of a glucose-containing tetrasaccharide by high-performance liquid affinity chromatography.
A1 is the result of a highly reactive blood group A transferase, which converts most of the H trisaccharide to A tetrasaccharide on the erythrocyte surface (32, 33).
Oligosaccharides such as lactose, sialyllactose, or glucose tetrasaccharide ([Glc.
dendrorhous yields a final transglycosylation product enriched in trisaccharides and tetrasaccharides (33).
Structure elucidation of two triterpenoid tetrasaccharides from Androsace saxifragifolia.