galactosyl


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ga·lac·to·syl

(gă-lak'tō-sil),
The galactose portion of a galactoside.

ga·lac·to·syl

(gă-lak'tō-sil)
A compound in which the -OH attached to carbon-1 of galactose is replaced by an organic radical.
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The previous GALC assay made use of radiolabeled galactosylceramide that contained tritium attached to C6 of the galactosyl group (6).
In 13C-NMR two kinds of anomeric protons appeared at A 100.78 and A101.47.In this latter spectrum six carbon signals at A101.47 75.16 83.49 70.77 74.70 60.64 were reasonably assigned to galactosyl carbons attached at the 3A3/4-hydroxyl group of solasodine by comparison with the chemical shift values of galactosyl carbons of solasonineand solalyratine A and solalyratine B.
A role in interacting with a galactosyl transferase, that adds galactose onto a mannan backbone, has been hypothised for this domain in CtManS [15].
PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to determine whether modified citrus pectin, a complex polysaccharide rich in galactosyl residues, could inhibit spontaneous metastasis of prostate adenocarcinoma cells in the rat.
Hepatic functional reserve in patients with biliary malignancies: an assessment by technetium 99m galactosyl human serum albumin hepatic scintigraphy.
Monogastric animals including human, swine, and poultry cannot synthesize sufficient [alpha]-galactosidase (EC 3.2.1.22) in their gastrointestinal tracts (Karr-Lilienthal et al., 2005; Prashanth and Mulimani, 2005), which is an exo-glycosidase catalyzing the hydrolysis of terminal nonreducing [alpha]-1,6-linked galactosyl residues from a wide range of galacto-oligosaccharides and polysaccharides (Naumoff, 2004).
In general, xyloglucans have a cellulose-like backbone consisting of [beta]-1,4-glucosyl residues distributed by short side chains containing fucosyl, arabinosyl, galactosyl, and xylosylresidues [1].
Rumsby, "Accessibility of galactosyl ceramides to probe reagents in central nervous system myelin," Journal of Neurochemistry, vol.
Galactosyl and sulfoquinovosyl diacylglycerol isolated from the brown algae, Undaria pinnatifida and Costaria costata as repellents of blue mussel, Mytilus edulis.
major bearing [beta]1,3 galactosyl residues side chain, are specifically recognized by a midgut LPG-receptor, PpGalec (6).
Normally, asialogly-coproteins are rapidly removed from the circulation by the liver as the result of binding of their terminal galactosyl residues to the hepatocyte membrane.