laminarin


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lam·i·nar·in

(lam-i-nār'in),
An algal polysaccharide, made up chiefly of β-d-glucose residues, obtained from Laminaria species (family Laminariaceae); variable proportions of the glucose chains contain at the potential reducing end a molecule of mannitol that can be sulfated.

laminarin

(lăm′ə-nâr′ĭn)
n.
A polymer of glucose that is the main form of food storage in brown algae.

laminarin

(lăm″ĭ-nā′rĭn)
A polysaccharide obtained from Laminaria species of seaweed. It consists principally of glucose residues.
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Effects of supplementing dietary laminarin and fucoidan on intestinal morphology and the immune gene expression in the weaned pig.
6) activity was assayed colorimetrically using the laminarin dinitrosalicylic method according to Ji and Kuc (1995).
Para la determinacion de esta actividad se mezclo 50 [micron]L de laminarin ([beta]-1,3 glucano) ( 2 mg.
Laminarin was used as an external standard and callose content was expressed as mg laminarin equivalent (LE) per g root fresh weight.
Extracellular b-l, 3-glucanases in stem rust affected and abiotically stressed wheat leaves: Immunocytochemical localization of the enzyme and detection of multiple forms in gels by activity staining with dye-labeled laminarin.
Diameter of hydrolysis zone of hydrolytic enzymes produced by isolates of Streptomyces on different substrates Streptomyces Diameter of hydrolysis zone (cm) isolates CHDA laminarin casein PR13 4.
1996) reported that the immune modulating properties of laminarin (a novel source of P-(13)/(1--6) glucans), rich in brown seaweed, are responsible for increased colostral IgG concentrations in seaweed extract supplemented sows.
Polysaccharides such as cellulose, laminarin, and starch might be potential alternative food sources (Figuereido & Anderson 2009).
Structural feature and antioxidant activity of low molecular weight laminarin degraded by gamma irradiation.