Fructoside

Fructosides are glycosides where the glycone group is fructose. == Fructosyl transferases == In enzymology, enzymes that add a fructose group to a molecule are called fructosyl-transferases, beta-D-fructofuranosyl transferases or fructotranferases. Examples are: ...
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fructoside

(frook´to-sīd) a compound that bears the same relation to fructose as a glucoside does to glucose.
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fructoside

Fructose in -C-O-linkage where the -C-O-group is the original 2 group of the fructose. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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fructoside

Type: Term Pronunciation: fruk′tō-sīd Definitions: 1. Fructose in —C—O— linkage where the —C—O— group is the original 2-group of the fructose.
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