galactosyl


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ga·lac·to·syl

(gă-lak'tō-sil),
The galactose portion of a galactoside.

ga·lac·to·syl

(gă-lak'tō-sil)
A compound in which the -OH attached to carbon-1 of galactose is replaced by an organic radical.
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Fagopyritol B1, O-[alpha]-D-galactopyranosyl-(1 [right arrow] 2)-D-chiro-inositol, a galactosyl cyclitol in maturing buckwheat seeds associated with desiccation tolerance.
Both companies reported they had successfully cloned pigs in which a single copy of the alpha 1, 3 galactosyl transferase gene had been knocked out - "single knock-out pigs.
A company spokesman in Edinburgh said the ability to 'knock out' both copies of the alpha 1,3 galactosyl transferase (GT) gene was a vital step forward.
Scientists at PPL, which was behind the cloning of Dolly the sheep, have found a way to inactivate the alpha 1,3 galactosyl transferase gene.
They are particularly interesting because of their cytotoxic activity, determined by the ability of the B chain to bind to galactosyl terminated glycoproteins on the cell surface.
In addition, several other receptors have been shown to aid HIV bind to cell surface of CD4 negative cells such as galactosyl ceramide, C-type lectins, dendritic cell-specific intercellular adhesion molecule-3-grabbing non-intergin (DC-SIGN), DC-SIGNR, langerin, etc (54).
1986), embryos accumulate galactosyl derivatives of these free cyclitols (Schweizer and Horman, 1981; Obendorf et al.
Jac preferentially binds to galactosyl ([beta]-1,3)N-acetylgalactosamine (Gal(beta -1,3)GalNAc) sequences in 0-linked oligosaccharides (Hayat, 1993; Shafer et al.
Saponin 13 was tentatively characterized as hederagenin-3-O-rhamnosyl galactosyl glucuronide and saponin 12 as aglycone B-3-O-rhamnosyl galactosyl glucuronide by comparison with previously published data (Jin et al.
The most abundant neutral GSLs are glucosyl and galactosyl ceramides, and globoside, the most abundant GSL of mature erythrocytes, was not detected.
Carrington CM, Pressey R (1996) [beta]-Galactosidase II activity in relation to changes in cell wall galactosyl composition during tomato ripening.