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By John F Kennedy

Carbohydrate Chemistry presents overview insurance of all guides appropriate to the chemistry of monosaccharides and oligosaccharides in a given 12 months. the quantity of study during this box showing within the natural chemical literature is expanding as a result of more suitable value of the topic, specially in components of medicinal chemistry and biology. In no a part of the sphere is that this extra obvious than within the synthesis of oligosaccharides required through scientists operating in glycobiology. Clycomedicinal chemistry and its reliance on carbohydrate synthesis is now rather well demonstrated, for instance, learn more... summary: Carbohydrate Chemistry presents overview insurance of all courses correct to the chemistry of monosaccharides and oligosaccharides in a given yr. the volume of study during this box showing within the natural chemical literature is expanding due to the more advantageous value of the topic, specially in parts of medicinal chemistry and biology. In no a part of the sphere is that this extra obvious than within the synthesis of oligosaccharides required through scientists operating in glycobiology. Clycomedicinal chemistry and its reliance on carbohydrate synthesis is now rather well demonstrated, for instance

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Hydrolysis of the substrate by the enzyme is monitored by measuring the radioactivity of the neutral reaction product which is separated from the charged substrate by passage over an anion-exchange column. Interference with a procedure for measuring free neuramic acids using the thiobarbituric acid reagent has been shown t o be due to the presence of certain carbohydrates capable of forming pigments with the reagents. 76 Glyceraldehyde, glycolaldehyde, and hydroxymalonaldehyde, which may be generated after periodate oxidation of glycoproteins, appear t o be the substances responsible for the interfering colours.

D. Hammer, 2. Anal. , 1980, 301, 17. D. F. Durso, in ref. 11, p. 127. E. Percival, in ref. 11, p. 281. L. Kenne and B. Lindberg, in ref. 11, p. 295. H. J. Jennings and I. C. P. Smith, in ref. 11, p. 97, R. Barker and T. E. Walker, in ref. 11, p. 151. H. Van Halbeck, L. Dorland, J. F. G . Vliegenthart, K. Schmid, J. Montreuil, B. Fournet, and W. E. Hull, FEBS L e f t . , 1980,114, 11. D. Bassieux, D. Gagnaire, and M. Vignon, Carbohydr. , 1977, 56, 19. r. In ~ ~order t o illustrate the potential utility of this type of spectroscopy, two-dimensional spectra have been measured for solutions of raffinose and a tetrasaccharide repeating unit of KZebsieZZa K 5 2 bacterial cell-wall polysaccharide.

Anal. , 1980, 301, 17. D. F. Durso, in ref. 11, p. 127. E. Percival, in ref. 11, p. 281. L. Kenne and B. Lindberg, in ref. 11, p. 295. H. J. Jennings and I. C. P. Smith, in ref. 11, p. 97, R. Barker and T. E. Walker, in ref. 11, p. 151. H. Van Halbeck, L. Dorland, J. F. G . Vliegenthart, K. Schmid, J. Montreuil, B. Fournet, and W. E. Hull, FEBS L e f t . , 1980,114, 11. D. Bassieux, D. Gagnaire, and M. Vignon, Carbohydr. , 1977, 56, 19. r. In ~ ~order t o illustrate the potential utility of this type of spectroscopy, two-dimensional spectra have been measured for solutions of raffinose and a tetrasaccharide repeating unit of KZebsieZZa K 5 2 bacterial cell-wall polysaccharide.

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