The dissolved lactose contains about 60% beta-lactose, which results in elevated levels of this anomer
in the granulated product.
Use the following terms in a description of the structural and nutritional differences between starch and cellulose: monosaccharide, glycosidic bond, alpha anomer
, beta anomer
The small ABX signals from carbon-3 protons of the [alpha] anomer
of sialic acid could be detected in only two of the individuals.
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In solution, glucose may exist as one of two possible anomers
, termed [alpha] and [beta], or as the open-chain glucose aldehyde.
The weak bands observed near 926 [cm.sup.-1] and 760 [cm.sup.-1] are [alpha] anomers
of pyranose compounds.
Meanwhile, lectins have unique ability to distinguish subtle structural differences among saccharides, e.g., epimers, anomers
, and linkage isomers, etc.
Figure 4 illustrates the separation of saccharides at high pH, with 0.1% ammonia, and high temperature to prevent double chromatographic peaks due to the formation of anomers
. In this type of application, PGC also is stable under high temperature and high pH.
represented by the following formula A or formula B: ##STR1## wherein R is selected from the group consisting of C.sub.1-6 alkyl and C.sub.6-15 aryl and Bz is benzoyl.
Since the anomeric hydroxyl group of the glucose moiety of 6 is unacylated, it may be obtained as anomers
([alpha]- and [beta]-forms) mixture.