tyvelose


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tyvelose

 [ti″vel-ōs]
an unusual sugar that is a polysaccharide somatic antigen of Salmonella species.

tyvelose

/ty·vel·ose/ (ti´vel-ōs) an unusual sugar that is a polysaccharide somatic antigen of certain Salmonella serotypes.

tyvelose

(tī′vĕl-ōs)
A carbohydrate, 3-6-dideoxy-d-mannose, derived from certain strains of Salmonella and Trichinella.
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Heska's diagnostic antigen, which can be synthesized chemically, is superior in that it includes an extremely rare sugar, tyvelose, to specifically identify animals infected by Trichinella.
Enteritidis is the O9-antigen, a tyvelose residue of the O-antigen repeat (20).
Tyvelose is an extremely rare sugar, and the form of tyvelose found on Trichinella worms has not been found in any other organism.