Fuc


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Fuc

(fūk),
Abbreviation for fucose.
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Abbreviations: Ara, arabinose; CWP, cell wall polysaccharide; DM, dry matter; Fuc, fucose; Gal, galactose; Glc, glucose; Man, mannose; Rha, rhamnose; UA, uronic acid; Xyl, xylose.
All O-fucosylated glycoproteins are modified with a single O-linked Fuc residue (e.g., urinary-type plasminogen activator, tissue-type plasminogen activator, and coagulation factors VII and XII) except for coagulation factor IX, which contains O-linked Fuc that is elongated to the tetrasaccharide NeuAc[alpha]2-6Gal[beta]1-4GlcNAc[beta]1-3Fuc[alpha]1-Ser/ Thr.
The accurate glycopeptide mass of 4161.686 Da detected in the tryptic digests of asialotransferrin spots is consistent with a structure containing 2 GlcNAc, 3 Man, 3 GlcNAc, and 1 Fuc connected to [Asn.sup.630], as reported by a group that used a total of 100 mL of pooled CSF samples to purify ~100 [micro]g of asialotransferrin (28).
The cross-peaks derive from the G1cNAc protons (3.83-5.10 and 3.78-4.90 ppm), the Asn protons (2.94-4.06 ppm), and the Fuc protons (1.21-4.12 ppm).
The glycan chain then grows by the addition of GlcNAc, Gal, and Fuc residues in the medial Golgi.
flexor ulnar de carpo (FUC), se observo al nervio ulnar (NU) emergiendo del canal ulnar, adosado al epicondilo medial del humero (EPM) relacionado con la arteria recurrente ulnar anterior (Fig.
The standard monosaccharides mannose (Man), rhamnose (Rha), glucuronic acid (GlcA), galacturonic acid (GalA), glucose (Glc), galactose (Gal), xylose (Xyl), arabinose (Ara) and fucose (Fuc) were all purchased from Sigma.
In vitro inhibition of adhesion of Candida albicans clinical isolates to human buccal epithelial cells by Fuc alpha 1-2Gal beta-bearing complex carbohydrates.