Disaccharides and Oligosaccharides: Sources Isolation Recovery Analysis Applications
A Biosynth .pdf E-Book
Authors: Chris Lawson, Ph.D and Hansjorg Streicher, Ph.D.
Oligosaccharides are defined as short polymers of monosaccharides with three to ten sugar residues (IUPAC). In addition, we have also included in this review disaccharides, the result of two monosaccharide residues linked by a single glycosidic bond.
The “Oligosaccharides Toolbox” e-book is published by Biosynth, an innovative life sciences reagents, custom synthesis, and manufacturing services company.
The e-book contains the following information:
- An introduction to oligosaccharides, which are chains of carbohydrates that can act as prebiotics, modulate immune responses, and interact with proteins and cells. The e-book explains the different types, sources, and representations of oligosaccharides.
- A description of the Biosynth Oligosaccharides Toolbox, which is a collection of over 200 oligosaccharides that can be used for research and development purposes. The e-book provides an overview of the product range, the quality standards, and the applications of the oligosaccharides.
- A showcase of some selected oligosaccharides from the Biosynth Oligosaccharides Toolbox, highlighting their structures, properties, and biological functions. The e-book covers oligosaccharides from various categories, such as human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs), fructooligosaccharides (FOS), galactooligosaccharides (GOS), and more.
- A glossary of terms related to oligosaccharides and carbohydrate chemistry. The e-book defines some common terms, such as glycosidic bond, anomeric carbon, reducing end, and more.
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