mannosyl

mann·o·syl

(man'ō-sil),
A glycosyl liquid produced from the pyranose or furanose form of mannose by removing the anomer α- or β-hydroxyl group; a component of many polysaccharides and glycoproteins.
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Mannosyl alpha-1,3-glycoprotein beta-1,2-N-acetyl-glucosaminyltransferase (MGAT1)
These are independent adherence mechanisms, one mediated by PMN Fc receptors, the others by engagement of different glycoproteins and glycolipids, containing terminal sialic acids and N-acetylglucosamines (WGA binders) and mannosyl and glucosyl groups in multivalent (ConA) as well as monovalent (SConA) interactions.
The expression levels of genes for lipid droplet development, such as mannosyl (alpha1,3-)-glycoprotein beta-1,2-N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase (Mgat)1, Mgat 2, and diacylglycerol-o-acyltransferase 2 (Dgat 2), were also decreased in the HL group compared to the HU group (Figure 4(d)).
The main chain is composed of two mannosyl and two galactosyl moieties; one branch contains one glucosyl moiety and the other branch is composed of one galactosyl and one rhamnosyl moiety [10].
Xylan is a heteropolysaccharide consisting of [beta]-1,4-linked Dxylose monomers in connection with side branches of arabinosyl, glucuronosyl, acetyl, uronyl, and mannosyl residues (Tsujibo et al, 1997).
Acemannan is a linear polysaccharide made of (1, 4)-linked mannosyl residues (Femenia et al., 1999).
The latter showed that N-acetylglucosaminyl (GlcNAc), galactosyl, mannosyl, galacturonosyl, and glucuronosyl were the major glycosyl residues in the dried biofilm.
Some specific changes were observed during biosynthesis of cell wall which includes great integration of mannosyl and xylosyl residues in the hemi-cellulosic parts of cell wall [3].
Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of mannosyl triazoles as FimH antagonists.
The inner mannosyl residues are acetylated and the terminal mannosyl residues are pyruvated in the side chain depending on the xanthan-producing strains and culture condition [3, 4].
albicans, by rER enzymes: the mannosyl oligosaccharide glucosidase I (MOGS/Cwh41) that removes the outermost [alpha]1,2glucose unit, and the mannosyl oligosaccharide glucosidase II which trims the following [alpha]1,3-glucose residue exposing the [Glc.sub.1][Man.sub.9]GlcN [Ac.sub.2] epitope [21] (Figure 1).
Pramanik et al., "Cationic amphiphile with shikimic acid headgroup shows more systemic promise than its mannosyl analogue as DNA vaccine carrier in dendritic cell based genetic immunization," Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, vol.