lactoside

lactoside

 [lak´to-sīd]
glycoside in which the sugar constituent is lactose.
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The melanoma antigen, Melan-A/Mart-1 (peptide 16-40, containing the CD8+ HLA-A2 restricted T-cell epitope, amino acids 26-35), was coupled to either Manalpha-6 Man or lactoside, or a Lewis oligosaccharide [88].