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mannose

 [man´ōs]
a monosaccharide sugar of the aldose group, found as part of many glycolipids and glycoproteins.
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man·nose (Man),

(man'ōs),
An aldohexose obtained from various plant sources (for example, from mannans); an epimer of glucose.
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mannose

(măn′ōs′)
n.
A monosaccharide, C6H12O6, obtained from mannan or by the oxidation of mannitol.
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mannose

A C-2 epimer of aldohexose which is found in glycolipids and glycoproteins and plays a key role in glycolysis and  gluconeogenesis.
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man·nose

(man'ōs)
An aldohexose obtained from various plant sources (i.e., from mannans).
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mannose

a 6-carbon ALDOSE SUGAR found in many GLYCOPROTEINS and POLYSACCHARIDES.
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It feels like a meditative hug or a warm bath." For each mantra, Manose adds accents of voice, flute, and percussion that delicately color the soothing landscapes.
This work was financially supported by the Agricultural Research Development Agency (Public Organization), Thailand, and the Manose Health and Beauty Research Center, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
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Polysaccharides from Caulerpaceae consisted mainly of galactose and sulfate, small amount of arabinose, xylose, manose and uronic acid (HAYAKAWA et al., 2000; GHOSH et al., 2004; CHATTOPADHYAY et al., 2007; JI et al., 2008; SCHEVCHENKO et al., 2009) .
As manoproteinas representam de 20 a 23% do peso seco da parede celular (KLIS, 1994) e sao compostas por cadeias curtas de manose ou cadeias longas com alta concentracao de manoses fosforiladas, unidas a proteinas por ligacoes tipo O ou tipo N, respectivamente (KITAGI et al., 1997).
31.5, Di-Potassium phosphate 4.0, Manose potassium phosphate 1.5, NaCl 5.0, pH 6.9 +- 0.2) of OXOID, UK again with inverted Durham tubes for the indication of gas production, were incubated at 35 +- 0.5 degC and 44.5 +- 0.2 degC for 24-48 +-03 hours for the confirmation of total and fecal coliform bacteria respectively.
The manose receptor delivers lipoglycan antigens to endosomes for presentation to T cells by CD1b molecules.
All CoNS blood culture isolates were identified in species by the detection of enzymes (coagulase, catalase, phosphatase, ornitine, urease and pyrrolidinyl arylamidase), hemolytic activity, production of acid from manitol, manose and trealose, polymixine and desferrioxamine resistance and confirmed by API STAPH ID32 system (bioMerieux Vitek, Australia) following the manufacturer's instructions.
Other structural polysaccharides include hemicellulose (composed of xylose, manose, and galactose) and pectin (composed of galactose).
Camera (color, DV), Bridgham, Dinesh Deokota; editor, Mona Davis; music, Manose Newa, Christopher James Thomas; sound, Evan Benjamin.