heptose


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heptose

 [hep´tōs]
a sugar whose molecule contains seven carbon atoms.

hep·tose

(hep'tōs),
A sugar with seven carbon atoms in its molecule; for example, sedoheptulose.

hep·tose

(hep'tōs)
A sugar with seven carbon atoms in its molecule; e.g., sedoheptulose.
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Quantification of bacterial lipopolysaccharides by the Purpald assay: Measuring formaldehyde generated from 2-keto-3-deoxyoctonate and heptose at the inner core by periodate oxidation.
HEPTANE, HEPTENE, HEPTINE, HEPTYNE and HEPTOSE are 7 carbon compounds.
Tsai, "Quantification of bacterial lipopolysaccharides by the purpald assay: measuring formaldehyde generated from 2-keto-3-deoxyoctonate and heptose at the inner core by periodate oxidation," Analytical Biochemistry, vol.