glucosyl


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glu·co·syl

(glū'kō-sil),
The radical of glucose that has lost its hemiacetal (C-1) OH.

glucosyl

1 pertaining to glucose.
2 a glucose radical.
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Caption: CHEMICAL STRUCTURES OF QUERCOTRITERPENOSIDES ISOMERS AND GLUCOSYL DERIVATIVE OF BARTOGENIC ACID
9] cells/L) 9/19 (47) 4/4 (100) Elevated urea (>7 mmol/L) 11/19 (61) 2/4 (50) Elevated creatinine (>100 pmol/L) 1/19 (5) 1/4 (25) Elevated total bilirubin (>21 pmol/L) 0/5 (0) 0/4 (0) Elevated conjugated bilirubin (>6 pmol/L) 0/5 (0) 0/4 (0) Elevated alkaline phosphatase (>120 IU/L) 3/5 (60) 3/4 (75) Elevated gamma glucosyl transferase (>35 IU/L) 2/5 (40) 0/4 (0) Elevated alanine transaminase (>40 IU/L) 1/5 (20) 2/4 (50) Elevated aspartate transaminase (>40 IU/L) 2/5 (40) 2/4 (50) No.
The enzyme, glucosyl transferase, creates cyclic structures by coupling glucose units into a truncated conical molecular structure with a hollow cavity of specific volume.
For purposes of estimating the mean degree of polymerization of the fructan molecules, it was assumed that there was one glucosyl residue per fructan molecule.
4 was bound by ConA only, referring to terminal glucosyl or mannosyl moieties.
The major neutral GSLs of tonsil lymphocytes are glucosyl ceramide, lactosyl ceramide, trihexasoyl ceramide and globoside.
1989) demonstrated a direct linkage of xylopyranosyl residues of glucuronoarabinoxylan, glucosyl residues of glucomannans, and galactosyl residues of [Beta]-(1-4)-galactans via [Alpha]-ether bonds to lignin of Pinus densiflora Sieb.
The strong Con A and WGA lectin affinity indicates the presence of a terminal glucosyl and N-acetyl-glucosamine residues.
NO-mediated antihypertensive effects were also reported in rats after administration of other soy isoflavones, such as glucosyl hesperidin [201].
2012) Efficiently synthesizing lacto-ganglio-series gangliosides by using a glucosyl ceramide cassette approach: the total synthesis of ganglioside X2.
Preventive effects of hesperidin, glucosyl hesperidin and naringin on hypertension and cerebral thrombosis in stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats.
GLUCOSYL CEREBROSIDE LIPIDOSIS See: Gaucher Disease GLUTARIC ACIDURIA, TYPE I See also: Acidemia, Organic; Lactic Acidosis International Organization for Glutaric Aciduria, Type I IOGA Rd #4, Box 299-A Blairsville.