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General Properties of Uronic Acids
Separation of Uronic Acids
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3-D-glucosiduronic acid acetate acetyl Acta aglycon aqueous bile bilirubin Biochem Biol Biophys C. A. Marsh Carbohydrate carboxyl cell Chem chondroitin sulfate chromatography Clin compounds Condensation conjugation containing COOH D-galacturonic acid D-glucose D-glucuronic D-glucuronolactone degradation derivatives drugs enzyme ester ethanol excretion Exptl extracts G. A. Levvy G. J. Dutton glucaric glucose glucuronic acid glucuronic acid-containing glucuronide glucuronide formation glucuronide synthesis glycoside guinea pig hemicellulose heparin hyaluronic acid hyaluronidase hydrolysis hydrolyzed incubation inhibition inhibitor intestine isolated J. N. Smith kidney L-ascorbic acid lactone linkage liver liver homogenate mammalian metabolism method methyl microsomes mixture mouse mucopolysaccharides nucleotide o-aminophenol obtained oligosaccharides oxidation pathway Pharm Pharmacol phenol phenolphthalein Physiol polysaccharide preparations protein purified R. T. Williams rabbit reaction salt Section slices sodium solution specific steroid substrate sugar tissue Tokyo transferase Type UDP-glucuronyltransferase activity urine uronic acid uronidase W. H. Fishman yield