- adj. Of or pertaining to neuraminic acid or its derivatives
- From neuro- + amine + -ic (Wiktionary)
“Cutting out neuraminic acid from the cell membrane weakens the cell membrane.”
“The small oligosaccharides in glycoproteins of mammalian tissues are formed with just a few monosaccharides and neuraminic acid is the predominate one.”
“Furthermore, neuraminidases also split off other sugars from glycoproteins, producing as much damage as cutting off neuraminic acid.”
“Neuraminidase is an enzyme that catalyzes chemical reactions of N acetylneuraminic acid and other neuraminic acids, which are members of a group of substances classed as sialic acids.”
“N-acetylneuraminic acid and other neuraminic acids are the predominate sugars in glycoproteins.”
“It can cut out neuraminic acid from any or all of the glycoproteins in the cell membrane just like a good cutting horse cuts out the exact calf wanted by his master.”
“In 1947 he discovered, in collaboration with Stone, the receptor-destroying enzyme present in Vibrio cholerae, a discovery which led to the synthesis of neuraminic acid and to the demonstration, by Gottschalk and Cornforth, that purified influenza virus will quantitatively split the acetylgalactosamine neuraminic acid compound.”
“Takahata, N.; Varki, A.: Inactivation of CMP-N-acetyl - neuraminic acid hydroxylase occurred prior to brain expansion during hu - man evolution.”
“List of Abbreviations NDP nucleoside 5'-diphosphate NEM N-ethylmaleimide Neu neuraminic acid NMN nicotinamide mononucleotide NMP nucleoside 5'-monophosphate NTP nucleoside”
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