fructosyl

fructosyl

 [fruk´to-sil]
a radical of fructose.

fructosyl

/fruc·to·syl/ (frook´to-sil) a radical of fructose.

fructosyl

a radical of fructose.
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FOS are oligosaccharides of fructose containing a single glucose moiety in which fructosyl units are bound at the [beta] (2[right arrow]1) position of a sucrose molecule (Yun, 1996).
LAB employs sucrase-type enzymes to convert sucrose into homopolysaccharides consisting of either glucosyl units (glucans) or fructosyl units (fructans).
These glycated valines become the substrates for specific recombinant fructosyl valine oxidase (FVO) enzyme, which is produced in Escherichia coli.
Fang, L, Li, W, Zhou, Y, Liu, C-C, "A Single-Use, Disposable Iridium-Modified Electrochemical Biosensor for Fructosyl Valine for the Glycosylated Hemoglobin Detection.
Transgenic perennial ryegrass overexpressing wheat fructosyl transferase genes, will and wft2 under CaMV 35S promoter, showed increased tolerance to freezing on a cellular level and accumulated greater amount of fructan than nontransgenic plants (Hisano et al.
0 mM (virtual molecular weight of glucosyl and fructosyl moieties taken as 162 and 110 for aminoacyl moieties).
We describe a new enzymatic assay for measuring GHb in which Hb in the sample is digested with a specific protease to generate fructosyl amino acid (Fig.
The Hb was resolved by the specific protease, and fructosyl amino acid was separated from Hb in 3-5 min.
Some plants naturally convert sucrose to fructan by the activity of the enzyme fructosyl transferase.
Structurally, this inulin-type FOS are short-chain oligomers of monosaccharide units consisting 1-kestose (GF2), nystose (GF3) and fructofuranosyl nystose (GF4) in which fructosyl units are bound by [beta](2 [right arrow] 1) position of sucrose with the last one linked to a terminal glucose moiety (Fig.
Calorimetric microtiter plate assay of glucose and fructose by enzyme-linked formazan production: applicability to the measurement of fructosyl transferase activity in higher plants.