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Structural carbohydrate chemistry

E. G. V. Percival

Structural carbohydrate chemistry

by E. G. V. Percival

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Published by Muller in London .
Written in English


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Statementby E.G.V. Percival.
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Open LibraryOL20377576M

Demonstrating the interdisciplinary nature of modern glycosciences, this volume covers research in the fields of polysaccharides and small carbohydrates from the synthetic and structural viewpoints, with applications ranging from biology to the bioeconomy. Key aspects of the synthesis and properties of imino disaccharides and regioselective glycosylation reactions are . This book offers a clearly written and highly accessible account of two different aspects of carbohydrate chemistry. Carbohydrates are an essential component of life and have many important biological functions, but the details of how carbohydrates interact with other biomolecules to mediate biological signalling remain unclear.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry: Structure and Mechanism by Michael Sinnott (, Hardcover, Revised) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!   Book: Chemistry for Allied Health (Soult) Give general name for a carbohydrate molecule (i.e. aldotetrose, ketopentose, etc) Label carbohydrates as either D- or L-enantiomers. The main functions of polysaccharides are to store energy and form structural tissues. Examples of several other polysaccharides and their roles are listed in the.

  Description; Chapters; Supplementary; This book presents a comprehensive approach to the versatile and fascinating field of carbohydrate chemistry. It covers, besides the colorful historical perspective within the utilization of carbohydrates and their derivatives, all modern aspects on their properties, nomenclature, uses, and natural occurrence as such or as . Sinnott (chemistry, U. Illinois) presents this text on carbohydrate structure and function in biological systems, focusing on detailed mechanisms of general transformations and interactions with other biomolecules rather than the central metabolic .


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