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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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The variation in velvet antler nutrient composition, including sialic acid, uronic acid, collagen, amino acids and fatty acids, appeared to be related to the faster ossification accompanying the growth and development of antlers.
The authors conclude that BM may be a useful adjuvant to diet control in DMII because the patients taking the botanical agent suffered less complications than those taking the pharmaceutical product, suggesting that sialic acid concentration may be playing a more substantial role in bitter melon mediated antidiabetic effect than in the rosiglitazone mediated effect.
Differential expression of sialic acid and N-acetylgalactosamine residues on the cell surface of intestinal epithelial cells according to normal or metastatic potential.
We made further studies and found that sialic acid is an important component of cell receptors for MuV, since viral infection was completely avoided by treatment of Vero and SH-SY5Y cells with C.
PSA is a negatively charged [alpha](2,8)-linked sialic acid homopolymer that helps maintain plasticity during embryonic development and the regeneration of specific areas in the adult brain by weakening the strength of NCAM-NCAM interactions (Hoffman and Edelman, 1983; Rutishauser et al.
Several new markers for assessing alcohol intake and alcohol abuse are at various stages of research and development, including the plasma sialic acid index of apolipoprotein J (SIJ), total serum sialic acid (TSA), 5-hydroxytryptophol (5-HTOL), and various fatty acid ethyl esters (FAEEs).
These observations may, in part, explain why sialic acid could inhibit the haemagglutination reactions of Shigella haemagglutinins tested.
Thousand Oaks, CA; 805-447-8925) discovered Aranesp, which contains two additional sialic acid-containing carbohydrate chains than the Epoetin alfa molecule resulting in more activity than Epoetin alfa with the added benefit of less-frequent administration, while also retaining a similar safety profile.
16,19,20) The additional sialic acid residues are localized to the B[beta] and [gamma] chains.
1984) bind to N-acetylneuraminic residues (NeuNAc or sialic acids) preferentially in a(2,3) and a(2,6) linkages respectively.
Type IIB von Willebrand factor with normal sialic acid content induces platelet aggregation in the absence of ristocetin.
won for research that led to the development of Sunsial egg yolk sialic acid oligosaccharides.