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sal·i·var·y

(sal'i-vār'ē),
Relating to saliva.
Synonym(s): sialic, sialine
[L. salivarius]

sal·i·var·y

(sal'i-var-ē)
Relating to saliva.
Synonym(s): sialic, sialine.
[L. salivarius]

sal·i·var·y

(sal'i-var-ē)
Relating to saliva.
Synonym(s): sialic, sialine.
[L. salivarius]

sialic

sialagogue.
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From over 30 acetylated derivatives of neuraminic acid, N-acetylneuraminic acid (referred to as sialic acid) is the most common in humans.
Estimation and comparative study of serum total sialic acid levels as tumor markers in oral cancer and precancer.
The localization of the sialic acid residues is as follows: To Gal 6 Neu5Ac([alpha]2-3) is linked and to both GlcNAc 5 and Gal 6' Neu5Ac([alpha]2-6) is attached.
sonchifolia on Lung tumour nodule formation, rate of survival and on the serum levels of sialic acid and [gamma]-glutamyltranspeptidase (GCT)
050 when compared with pregnant women with adequate sleep using Students t-test and Mann-Whitney U test for parametric and nonparametric data, respectively; hsCRP: high-sensitivity C-reactive protein; MDA: malondialdehyde; PBSA: protien bound sialic acid.
Caption: In this cartoon, neuraminidase is depicted as a mouth which "bites" the bond between hemagglutinin (blue suction cup) and sialic acid (green rod).
Our new compounds are structurally more similar to sialic acid than Tamiflu.
Serum and urine sialic acid along with microalbumin levels were also estimated.
Lysosomal sialidase (neuroaminidase) cleans sialic acid residues located in the last part of gangliosides, oligosaccharides and glycoproteins.
Among the topics are multifarious roles of sialic acids in immunity, galectins in acute and chronic inflammation, whether acute phase glycoproteins are bystanders or participants in carcinogenesis, an integrated approach to discovering glyco-biomarkers of inflammation-related diseases, and engineering cellular trafficking via glycosyltransferase-programmed stereosubstitution.
Structurally, transferrin is a polypeptide with two N-linked polysaccharide chains, branched with sialic acid residues.