Study of structure of blood group substance B from stomach mucosa of the horse View Full Text


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1972-12

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V. A. Derevitskaya, L. M. Likhosherstov, N. P. Arbatskii, N. K. Kochetkov

ABSTRACT

ConclusionsThe blood group substance B (BGS B) was isolated from the stomach mucosa of the horse and it was shown that the general principle for the construction of the BGS B molecule is similar to that assumed for other BGS.The carbohydrate chain of BGS B contains a section that is composed of 1→3 linked N-acetylhexo-samine residues, chiefly N-acetylgalactosamine residues, a portion of which has branching.The periodate oxidation of BGS B proceeds at the ends without splitting out the mono- or oligo-saccharide fragments. More... »

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2711-2714

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00849847

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