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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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For the case of employing oligosaccharides as starting sugars, acetal exchanges of the inner glycosidic bonds would take place as a result of intermolecular protonations by the acid catalyst to the glycosidic oxygens (Fig.
This is probably due to the intermolecular hydrogen bonds in the glycosidic ring that weaken the O-H bond and have shifted the absorption band region to lower frequency which is between 3400 and 3200 [cm.
2000 "Identification and partial characterization of glycosidic activities of commercial strains of the lactic acid bacteria Oenococcus oeni.
In contrast to cellulose, the alpha-anomer--the alpha-1,4 glycosidic bonds between glucose units--prefers a helical assembly, as seen in starch.
The first chapter reviews basic carbohydrate chemistry including carbonyl, carboxyl, and hydroxyl modifications, glycosidic linkages, and polymerization.
Lysozyme inactivates bacteria by cleaving the glycosidic bond in the alternating beta-linked copolymer of N-acetyl-D-glucosamine and N-acetyl-D-muramic acid, thus disrupting the cell wall" (p.
They almost exclusively occur as glycosidic conjugates and in unconjugated or conjugated forms in most soy protein products in high concentrations.
Identification of novel glycosidic aroma precursors in saffron (Crocus sativus L.
Cellulose monomers (beta-glucose) are linked together through 1, 4 glycosidic bonds.
Lentinan is a [beta]-glucan with a glycosidic [beta]-1,3:[beta]-1,6 linkage (Figure 1).
It has been determined that the most common type of damage in ancient DNA is degradation into small fragments, usually between 100-500 bp; these conditions result from enzymatic processes that occur postmortem, such as microorganism action, non-enzymatic hydrolytic cleavage of phosphodiester, and glycosidic bonds and the action of free radicals (3).