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hep·a·ran sul·fate(hep'ă-ran sŭl'fāt),
A heteropolysaccharide that has the same repeating disaccharide as heparin but with fewer sulfates and more acetyl groups; accumulates in people with certain types of mucopolysaccharidosis.
Synonym(s): heparitin sulfate
See heparan sulfate.
A sulfurated mucopolysaccharide that accumulates in the connective tissue in abnormal amounts in some mucopolysaccharidoses.See: mucopolysaccharidosis
See also: heparin