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amino sugars the chemistry and biology of compound containing amino sugars

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Published by Academic Press in LondonaNew York .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Roger W. Jeanloz and Endre A. Balazs. Volume 1A, chemistry of Amino Sugars / edited by Roger W. Jeanloz.
ContributionsJeanloz, Roger W., Balazs, Endre A.
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@[email protected] having one alcoholic hydroxy group (commonly but not necessarily in position 2) replaced by an amino group; systematically known as x-amino-x-deoxymonosaccharides. (@[email protected] are excluded.) E.g. d-glucosamine or 2-aminodeoxy-d-glucopyranose. amino sugars, cell proliferation and the auto immune theory A widely held theory of the cause of many diseases is from the formation of antibodies to the body’s own tissues, which then attack those tissues and cause Size: KB. In organic chemistry, an amino sugar (or more technically a 2-aminodeoxysugar) is a sugar molecule in which a hydroxyl group has been replaced with an amine than 60 amino sugars are known, with one of the most abundant being N-Acetyl-d-glucosamine, which is the main component of chitin.. Derivatives of amine containing sugars, such as N . Amino sugar A sugar in which one or more nonglycosidic hydroxyl groups is replaced by an amino or substituted amino group. The most abundant example is d -glucosamine (2-aminodeoxy- d -glucose) [see illustration]. Structural formula of D -glucosamine (α-pyranose ring form) A linear polymer of N-acetyl- d -glucosamine is widely distributed as chitin.

Amino sugars: the chemistry and biology of compounds containing amino sugars / ed. by Roger W. Jeanloz, vol. 1, vol. 1A. Edition/Format: Print book: English View all editions and formats. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jeanloz, Roger W. Amino sugars. [New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Summary The amino sugars in soil are believed to be of microbial origin. The capsular material encasing the bodies of many microorganisms consists of . Amino sugars (i.e., sugars in which one or two hydroxyl groups are replaced with an amino group, ―NH 2) occur as components of glycolipids and in the chitin of arthropods. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription.

DEEMM is a universal reagent for amino groups and has been used in amino sugar [9] and amino acid [10] chemistry, as well as for amino acid analysis []. Determination of [beta]-Cyano-L-alanine, [gamma]-Glutamyl-[beta]-cyano-L-alanine, and common free amino acids in Vicia sativa (Fabaceae) seeds by reversed-phase high-performance liquid. Intestinal Transport of Electrolytes, Amino Acids and Sugars [Armstrong, W. McD., and A.S. Nunn, Jr., editors] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers Author: editors Armstrong, W. McD., and A.S. Nunn, Jr. Publishing. Journals. Current Journals. Archive Journals. All Journals. Books. New Titles. All. Bookshop. Pick and Choose. From the book: Carbohydrate Chemistry: Volume 32 Amino-sugars. R. J. Ferrier No abstract available Amino-sugars. R. J. Ferrier No abstract available Download options Please wait Publication details.   Amino sugars are generally known as monosaccharide carbohydrate sugars that have replaced an -NH 2 amine group with the 2'-carbon hydroxyl substituent. The most abundant amino sugar is one of the oldest and most abundant organic compounds on Earth. More than 60 amino sugars are known, many of them having been isolated and identified only recently as .