uronic acid


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uronic acid

one of the monosaccharide unit in the repeating disaccharide units involved in the formation of glycosaminoglycans.
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Total, soluble and insoluble NSP and their constituent sugars were determined as alditol acetates by gas-liquid chromatography for neutral sugars, and by a colorimetric method for uronic acids using a modification of the Uppsala method (Theander et al.
These junction zones are stabilized by interchain hydrogen bonds between the carboxylic group of uronic acid and by hydrophobic interactions between methylester groups [25].
A gas chromatographic method for the determination of aldose and uronic acid constituents of plant cell wall polysaccharides.
Only uronic acid moieties showed some tendency to degradation with reduced ratios on pulping.
This sterile nonwoven is based on a uronic acid alginate/carboxy methyl cellulose fiber and works by forming a conformable hydrophilic gel on the wound surface.
For glycosaminoglycan (GAG), uronic acid and sialic acid analysis, 50 mg of velvet antler sample was decalcified in 1 ml 0.
Methylation analysis, partial acid hydrolysis and uronic acid reduction were performed to characterize the chemical structure of the carbohydrate moiety of the AGPs.
Moreover, it was shown that acidic polysaccharides rich of uronic acid from Artemisia capillaris and Panax ginseng inhibited H.
Uronic acid content was higher in FDG than SDG but there was no significant difference.
Lungs were used to estimate the lung collagen hydroxyproline content (Bergman and Loxely, 1970), lung uronic acid (Bitter and Mair, 1962), lung hexosamine (Elson and Morgan, 1993) and also for histopathological analysis.
Total carbohydrate, uronic acid and protein contents were determined by phenol-[H.