mannosamine


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man·no·sa·mine

(man-ō'să-mēn),
2-Amino-2-deoxymannose; the d-isomer is a constituent of neuraminic acids as well as mucolipids and mucoproteins.
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In light of the continued rarity of composition of matter claims for nutraceuticals in issued patents--the most recent being a fusion complex of a naturally-occurring oligonucleotide and mannosamine, with potent efficacy and low dosing requirements for juvenile-onset osteoarthritis (34% of the North American population between the ages of 12-19 display an average body mass index of 32.
3 C-100 Carbohydrate Inhibitory concentration (mM) (a) Glucose N1 (b) Galactose 25 Mannose NI Fructose NI Lactose NI Glucosamine NI Galactosamine NI Fucose NI Arabinose NI Melibiose NI Glucuronic acid NI Xylose NI Mannosamine NI Mannitol NI (a) All the sugars except galactose, could not inhibit the hemagglutination activity even at 200 mM.
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