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Further Studies on the Assignment of Signals in 13C Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Aldoses and Derived Methyl Glycosides
The 13C signals of most of the more common sugars and their methyl glycosides have been assigned, based on the α-carbon and β-carbon effects that occur on deuterium substitution. For pyranoses havi...
EXOCELLULAR ALGINIC ACID FROM AZOTOBACTER VINELANDII
Azotobactervinelandii produces a partly acetylated exocellular polysaccharide which consists mainly of D-mannuronic acid units and a small proportion of L-guluronic acid units. It resembles alginic...
Chemical and biological properties of an arabinogalactan from Phyllanthus niruri
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Traditional aqueous extraction methods, such as decoction and infusion, provide a major polysaccharide, which stimulates an intense biological response in macrophages, which could represent an interesting approach to herbal medicine.
A lectin from the lichenized basidiomycete Dictyonema glabratum.
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Among the various compounds tested for hemagglutination inhibition, N-acetylgalactosamine was the most active and the potential role of this lectin in recognition of the compatible cyanobacterial photobiont is discussed.
HYDROXY FATTY ACID GLYCOSIDES OF SOPHOROSE FROM TORULOPSIS MAGNOLIAE
The oil formed during fermentation by a strain of Torulopsismagnoliae consisted mainly of partly acetylated 2-O-β-D-glucopyranosyl-D-glucopyranose units attached β-glycosidically to 17-L-hydroxyoct...
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