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  • adj. Of or pertaining to a glycoside.

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Examples

  • Image Jonathunder: commons. wikimedia.org GNU 1.2 Lead-up to controversy Cane sugar is a "twelve-carbon" sugar consisting of two united "six-carbon sugars", glucose and fructose, united by a chemical bond called a "glycosidic" bond.

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  • The DNA glycosylase is used to break the β-N glycosidic bond to create an AP site.

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  • The maillard browning reaction is what happens when a group of amino acids, proteins or peptides react with glycosidic hydroxyl sugars (both present in the food) under heat, resulting in a brown pigmentation and a great many changes in flavor.

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  • As explained earlier, dilute acid hydrolysis is very effective in breaking the glycosidic linkages between component hexoses, but it also breaks down the sugar hexose units.

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  • Cellulase: Responsible for cycling of nutrients and used to cleave the glycosidic linkage in cellulose.

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  • The distilling sector required barley with a low grain nitrogen, an absence of glycosidic nitrile (GN), and to produce a higher level of spirit yield, Bill Thomas explained.

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  • Both of these enzymes break the glycosidic bonds between carbohydrates, as well as between carbohydrate and noncarbohydrate.

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  • Modern research shows that the glycosidic compounds of the plant may amplify the satiety messages in the brain's hypothalamus, resulting in a feeling of fullness.

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  • They break down the glycosidic bond of (NAG) 2 to NAG, therefore, they do not have complete chitinolytic activities.

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  • In another exochitinase S. marcescens chiA, after the substrate glycosidic bond is protonated, Asp313 which interacts with Asp311 moves to another position where it interacts with the proton donor residue Glu315, forcing the acetamido group of − 1 sugar to rotate.

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