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Referring to or denoting a glycoside or glycoside linkage.
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JING & CHI (2013), while evaluating the effect of different extrusion conditions on the soluble fiber content of soybean residue, reported that the maximum temperature to be used for extrusion of this raw material is 110[degrees]C; above this temperature, a decrease of the soluble fiber content occurs due to the depolymerization of the glycosidic bonds of the polysaccharides induced by the increase in temperature. degrade pullulan, a linear [alpha]-glucan that contains repeating subunits of triose sugar (maltotriose) linked by [alpha]-1,6 glycosidic bond, into different types of saccharides.
For example, human parainfluenza virus initiates an infection through Sia recognition and binding in a glycosidic linkage specific manner.
2) were too stable to be used for glycosidic bond formations.
Hyaluronidase is part of extracellular bacterial structure that degrade hyaluronic acid , hyaluronidases event by [BETA] elimination of the [BETA]-1,4 glycosidic bond in hyaluronic acid[5].
The peak at 903-898 [cm.sup.-1] region is related to glycosidic -[C.sub.1]-H deformation, a ring vibration, and -O-H bending.
It is shown that the straight chain of Dextran-70 consists of [alpha]-1,6 glycosidic linkages between glucose molecules, while branches begin from [alpha]-1,3 linkages; m: number of units (glucose molecules) with only [alpha]-1,6 glycosidic linkages and n: number of units with [alpha]-1,6 and [alpha]-1,3 linkages.
The amylases act on [alpha]-1-4 glycosidic bonds and are therefore also called glycoside hydrolases.
They cleave the glycosidic linkage in the peptidoglycan component of gram-positive bacterial cell walls, which ultimately leads to cell death (Ellison and Giehl, 1991).
Amongst the various substrates, acid swollen chitin was found to be the best substrate for chitinase when used at the concentration of 1% exhibiting its high specificity in catalyzing glycosidic bonds between N-acetylglucosamine residues.
glycosidic constituents within Rhodiola products or to ingredients added (mainly excipients) to the commercial extracts.