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glycosyl

 [gli´ko-sil]
a radical derived from a carbohydrate.

gly·co·syl

(glī'kō-sil),
The radical resulting from detachment of the OH of the hemiacetal or hemiketal of a saccharide. Compare: glycoside.

gly·co·syl

(glī'kō-sil)
The radical resulting from detachment of the OH of the hemiacetal or hemiketal of a saccharide.
Compare: glycoside
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Au et al., "Chitotriosidase, a chitinase, and the 39-kDa human cartilage glycoprotein, a chitin-binding lectin, are homologues of family 18 glycosyl hydrolases secreted by human macrophages," European Journal of Biochemistry, vol.
One of the oldest and most popular glycosylations is the Koenigs-Knorr reaction (4) which consists of the treatment of unstable glycosyl chloride or bromide with alcohol in the presence of heavy metal salts such as silver oxide and mercuric cyanide.
This ORF, named metachi18A, shares 99% amino acid identity with a glycosyl hydrolase from Aeromonas jandaei [RefSeq: WP_042029877.1] not yet characterized biochemically.
Recently, a metagenomic study of chicken cecal microbiome showed that up to 1.5% of the sequences represented glycosyl hydrolase (GH) domains with over two hundred different sequences of nonstarch polysaccharide-degrading enzymes found [12].
(5.) Manez S, Recio MC, Gil I, Gomez C, Giner R-M, Waterman P.G, Rios J-L, A glycosyl analogue of diacylglycerol and other antiinflammatory constituents from Inula viscosa, J Nat Prod 62(4), 601-604, 1999.
The O-polysaccharide extension is comprised of oligosaccharide repeat-subunits of between 3 and 5 glycosyl monosaccharide residues that appear to vary substantially up to 40 repeating subunits in length [9-11].
(9) The entire LPS-LBP complex handed over to glycosyl phosphatidyl inositol linked CD14 firstly and then on to the TLR4-MD2 complex.
As shown in Figure 8b, the amount of CO emitted during the combustion of samples S2 and S7 are similar to that of C[O.sub.2], which mainly originated from the cracking of the glycosyl group in sawdust.
"The process is initiated when a DNA glycosylase recognizes and hydrolytically cleaves the basedeoxyribose glycosyl bond of a damaged nucleotide.
The action of cyclodextrin glycosyl transferases (CGTases) on starch leads to the break down of starch into oligosaccharides containing six, seven and eight glucose units.
Covering first synthetic methods then synthetic intermediates, they consider such topics as the metal-free oxidative lactonization of carbohydrates using molecular iodine, the synthesis of glycosyl vinyl sulfones for bioconjugation, and lactose-modified triethoxysilane for modifying the surface of clay nanocomposites.
ProThrivers Wellness Flavonoid Complex features a combination of herbs and nutrients, including Setria glutathione, curcumin, green tea extract, resveratrol, Alpha Glycosyl Isoquercitrin and CoQ10.