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m/z 380 ion (corresponding to the disaccharide moiety), indicate that N-acetyl galactosamine should be linked directly to one of the hydroxyl groups of the GlcA.
since the content and location of methyl and sulphate groups in disaccharide units are the major causes of structural and rheological differences between various galactans.
Role of the sugar moiety in the pharmalogical activity of anthracyclines: development of a novel series of disaccharide analogs.
84-85) The low-FODMAP diet is not specifically designed for SIBO and therefore does not eliminate polysaccharide and disaccharide sources such as grains, starch, starchy vegetables, and sucrose.
Indigestible disaccharides open tight junctions and enhance net calcium, magnesium, and zinc absorption in isolated rat small and large intestinal epithelium.
The disaccharide sucrose was purchased from Merck Chemical Co.
Sucrose is 50 percent fructose and 50 percent glucose that is bonded together as a disaccharide (complex carbohydrate) and HFCS is a mixture of free fructose (55 percent) and free glucose (45 percent).
The beer does contain lactose, however, a carbohydrate also called milk sugar and technically a white crystalline disaccharide used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals and baby food.
Other assays for IDS are the radiometric procedure that uses a tritiated disaccharide and ion exchange chromatography to separate sulfated substrate from nonsulfated product (6), and a recently described fluorometric assay that makes use of added rabbit liver a-L-iduronidase (purified from rabbit liver), which liberates 4-methylumbelliferone only after IDS-catalyzed desulfation (7).
Palatinose[TM], a disaccharide with the generic name isomaltulose, is derived exclusively from beet sugar.
As you know, lactose is a disaccharide and is naturally present in milk.
What could be less exciting than plain white crystals, yet the simple disaccharide that we call "sugar" is so tremendously versatile that it is almost indispensable as a food ingredient.