Analysis of the oligosaccharide chain, up to tetrasaccharide
is the most important phase of the analysis tool.
Chondroitin/ dermatan sulfate and heparin/heparan sulfate are synthesized on the common tetrasaccharide
Increased excretion of a glucose-containing tetrasaccharide
in the urine of a patient with glycogen storage disease type II (Pompe's disease).
Some clinical applications that have been reported include methods developed for anti-idiotypic antibodies (36, 37), glucose-containing tetrasaccharides
(38, 39), granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (40), HSA (34, 41), IgG (42), immunoglobulin E (43), interferon (44, 45), tumor necrosis factor-a (45), interleukins (45, 46), [[beta].
3C) was characterized by a major pseudomolecular ion at m/z 1032, which corresponds to a Glc tetrasaccharide
As a result tetrasaccharides
or disaccharides like cellobiose are produced.
The structure of di- and tetrasaccharides
released from cell walls by lysozyme and Streptomyces F1 enzyme and the beta (1 to 4) N-acetylhexosaminidase activity of these enzymes.
Mono-, di-, tri-, and tetrasaccharides
were separated and quantified by HPLC (Waters, Milford, MA).
For example, two, three or four sugar molecules can be combined to give di, tri, or tetrasaccharides
The b-GOS power mixture contains "monosaccharides 15-17%, lactose 22%, disaccharides 18-25%, trisaccharides 20-25%, tetrasaccharides
8-12% and pentasaccharides 7-10%".
However, spin-column separation of tri- and tetrasaccharides
is probably achievable.
13) When HA is digested with hyaluronidase, the final reaction products are found to contain mainly tetrasaccharides
and hexasaccharides, which have N-acetylglucosamine at the reducing termini and glucuronic acid at the non-reducing termini.