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gly·co·sid·ic

(glī'kō-sid'ik),
Referring to or denoting a glycoside or glycoside linkage.
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Which showed that the process of hydrolyzing the internal glycosidic bonds was accomplished faster which necessitated the formation less complex substrates for further hydrolysis by exo pectinases.
2 MD fragments, hence only ~25% intersubunit glycosidic bonds were cleaved, suggesting about one turn-over of the oxidative degradation per bound Cu(II) site.
It's an extremely large molecule composed of many repeating units of the disaccharide, D-N-acetylglucosamine, and D-glucuronic acid, linked together via alternating beta-1,4 and beta-1,3 glycosidic bonds.
Digestion rate is affected by factors, which slow or prevent digestive enzymes from gaining access to the glycosidic bonds of starch.
This receptor specificity of influenza viruses has been defined in terms the type of glycosidic linkage between sialic acid and penultimate galactose in the host cell membranes (15).
Hydrolysis of glycosidic conjugate to produce an aglycone form
The latter effect refers to conformational preferences about the glycosidic linkage in pyranosides and has been shown by Lemieux to play a significant role in controlling the conformational preferences of oligosaccharides such as the blood group antigens; the preferences are of importance in molecular recognition events mediated by carbohydrate-protein interactions.
While lysozyme is a hydrolase, its normal substrate is neither an ester nor a protein, but the glycosidic linkages of N-acetylmuramic acid (NAM) that is linked to N-acetylglucosamine (NAG) in bacterial cell walls.
Metabolism Hydrolysis of glycosidic linkages at lower pH, especially pH [less than or equal to] 3.
Its enzyme activity is rated at 96 AZ per gram (an AZ is the degree of activity that catalyzes splitting of a number of glycosidic bonds equivalent to 0.
Polyether Glycosidic Ionophores and Macrocyclic Glycosides