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sac·cha·rides

(sak'ă-rīdz)
A group of carbohydrates that includes the sugars. Saccharides are classified as mono-, di-, tri-, and polysaccharides according to the number of saccharide units (C6H10O5) composing them.
See also: carbohydrates
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

sac·cha·rides

(sak'ă-rīdz)
A group of carbohydrates that includes the sugars.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The figures show much less variation in absorbance unit with storage time for both saccharides and O-H bands.
The present method could be successfully applied to chito-oligosaccharides, saccharides with acid functions, and a complex-type oligosaccharide derived from a glycopeptide.
An interference of the glucanase treated solutions was not observed and indicated that degraded saccharides or other released components, including potential protein impurities, were not recognized by the antibodies.
Previously, we had reported a novel saccharide detection strategy utilizing saccharide-induced conformational changes in fluorescent boronic acid polymers, which was synthesized from a radical copolymerization of a boronic acid monomer and a pyrene monomer [22].
Multiple posttranslational modifications occur in the Golgi complex, including the addition of disaccharides as well as epimerisation and sulfation of saccharide units, all performed by various glycosyltransferases, epimerases, and sulfotransferases [3].
Various methods have been used for determining the concentration of these two saccharides such as spectrophotometry [8, 9], polarimetry [10], high performance liquid chromatography [11], and infrared spectroscopy [12].
33: Cytoplasm appears very stained, which signifies increase of saccharides in the liver tissue and increasing decomposition of cytoplasm (arrow (X400 PAS).
These substances and diversion of photosynthate increased the root weight but had inverse impact on shoot length (Figure B).These findings did not agree with the hypothesis of Wareing (1970) that root and shoot are mutually dependent upon each other for exchanging nutrients, saccharides, growth substances and are physiologically in equilibrium and any reduction in root growth limit the shoot growth or vice versa.
This time, SDK newly developed another subseries "HILICpak VT-50." This subseries can perform high-sensitivity analysis of anionic samples including phosphorylated saccharides, organic acids, and other medical substances.
Therefore, the chemical studies of wines should not only involve polyphenols, but also potentially beneficial or harmful saccharides, organic acids, metals, and so forth.
Other molecules, such as the hundreds of sugars called saccharides made by gut bacteria, may interact with human immune system proteins to fuel or calm inflammation, or pave the way for a particular bacterium to settle into a niche.
The patients were prescribed a diet with reduced amounts of saccharides and polyols (such as sorbitol), adjusted according to individual tolerance.