trehalose


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Related to trehalose: cellobiose, maltose, sucrose

tre·ha·lose

(trē'hă-lōs),
A nonreducing disaccharide, (α-d-glucosido)-α-d-glucoside, contained in trehala; also found in fungi, such as Amanita muscaria; elevated in people with a trehalase deficiency.
Synonym(s): mycose

trehalose

(trĭ-hä′lōs′, -lōz′)
n.
A sweet-tasting, crystalline disaccharide, C12H22O11, found in trehala, in the hemolymph of numerous insects, and in many fungi.

tre·ha·lose

(trē-hā'lōs)
A natural disaccharide occurring in some plants and in trehala, a mannalike Asian food consisting of beetle larvae; a food additive and sweetener.
[trehala, fr. Turk. tigala, + -ose]

trehalose

(tre-ha'los)
A disaccharide containing two linked glucose molecules. It is less sweet than sucrose, but can be used as a source of glucose. Synonym: mycose
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