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glu·co·side

(glū'kō-sīd),
A compound of glucose with an alcohol or other R-OH compound involving loss of the H atom of the 1-OH (hemiacetal) group of the glucose, yielding a -C-O-R link from the C-1 of the glucose; a glycoside of glucose.

glucoside

(glo͞o′kə-sīd′)
n.
A glycoside, the sugar component of which is glucose.

glu′co·sid′ic (-sĭd′ĭk) adj.

glu·co·side

, glycoside (glūkō-sīd, glī)
A compound of glucose with an alcohol or other R-OH compound involving loss of the H atom of the 1-OH (hemiacetal) group of the glucose, yielding a -C-O-R link from the C-1 of the glucose; a glycoside of glucose.

glu·co·side

, glycoside (glūkō-sīd, glī)
A compound of glucose with an alcohol or other R-OH compound.
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Allergy to alkyl glucosides became more common over time in the McGill series.
Yanget al., "Total glucosides of paeony for rheumatoid arthritis: A protocol for a systematic review," BMJ Open, vol.
[8.] Van Gerpen J., He B.B., Duff K., "Measurement and Control Strategies for Sterol Glucosides to Improve Biodiesel Quality", Final Report KLK759 N11-01, National Institute for Advanced Transportation, Technology, University of Idaho, February 2011
At the same time, concentrations of rhapontigenin and deoxyrhapontigenin were rather stable, with their glucosides having the same trend, with an exception of an about two-fold increase of the concentration of deoxyrhapontin in August.
- To determine concentrations of salicyl glucosides (SG) and other leaf phenolics, we conducted high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) of fresh leaves.
Now, Hasegawa and co-researcher Wan-Jean Hsu want to genetically engineer citrus trees to boost the rate at which they convert the bitter parent compounds into benign limonoid glucosides. Tomorrow's genetically engineered navel orange trees, for instance, would naturally debitter their own fruit.
Phenolic glucosides govern the food selection pattern of willow feeding by mountain hares.
Kaniwa, Glucosides of Fraxinus japonica, Phytochemistry, 14, 304 (1975).
emodi rhizomes to be rich in the major anthraquinones and their glucosides, namely, emodin, aloe-emodin, chrysophanol, physcion, emodin glucoside, chrysophanol glucoside, and revandchinone, whereas ethyl acetate and chloroform extract was found to be low in aloe-emodin and other glucosides.
Higher amount of glucoside nonconjugated flavonoids, for example, calycosin and formononetin was revealed in DBT-M, while the glucoside conjugated flavonoids, for example, calycosin-7-O-[beta]-D-glucoside and ononin, were significantly higher in DBT-H.
Total paeony glucosides (TPG) extracted from the roots of Radix Paeoniae Rubrae, have been approved for the therapy of rheumatoid arthritis by the State Food and Drug Administration.