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trisaccharide

 [tri-sak´ah-rīd]
a sugar, each molecule of which yields three molecules of monosaccharides on hydrolysis.

tri·sac·cha·ride

(trī-sak'ă-rīd),
A carbohydrate containing three monosaccharide residues, for example, raffinose.

trisaccharide

(trī-săk′ə-rīd′, -rĭd)
n.
A carbohydrate that yields three monosaccharides upon hydrolysis.

trisaccharide

[trīsak′ərīd]
Etymology: Gk, treis, three, sakcharon, sugar
a carbohydrate composed of three monosaccharide units linked together.

trisaccharide

an OLIGOSACCHARIDE whose molecules have three linked MONOSACCHARIDE molecules.

trisaccharide

a sugar each molecule of which yields three molecules of monosaccharides on hydrolysis.
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However as a ligand very few carbohydrate moieties have receptor binding avidity and few carbohydrates are biologically active in the Di and Trisaccharide form (For recent detailed review Leung et.
albicans Substrate SL407 (ATCC90028) Pentoses L-arabinose - - D-xylose - + Hexoses D-glucose + + D-galactose + + [alpha]-methyl-D-glucoside - + Disaccharides D-cellobiose - - D-lactose - - D-maltose + + D-saccharose + + D-trehalose ([dagger]) - + Trisaccharides D-melezitose - - D-raffinose - - Alcohols Glycerol + - Adonitol + + Xylitol + + Inositol - - D-sorbitol + + Organic acids 2-keto-gluconate + + Amino acids N-acetylglucosamine + + Identification C.
The Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals (CFSII) aged two years and over is also based on 24-hour recall data but includes trisaccharides and higher saccharides in their estimate of added sugars, so the results are not directly comparable with the current study, which has estimated the intake of added sugars based on monosaccharides and disaccharides.