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L-Idose is a 6 carbon monosaccharide(a hexose) It has an aldehyde group and is an aldose. It is not found in nature, but its uronic acid, iduronic acid is important. It is a component of dermatan sulfate and heparan sulfate, which are glycosaminoglycans. The first and third hydroxyls point the opposite way fron the second and fourth. It is made by aldol condensation of D- and -L glyceraldehyde. Idose is a C-5 epimer of D-glucose./ Jump to: navigation, search This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... A hexose is a monosaccharide with six carbon atoms. ... An aldehyde is either a functional group consisting of a terminal carbonyl group, or a compound containing a terminal carbonyl group. ... An aldose is a sugar containing one aldehyde group per molecule and has the chemical formula C3nH6nO3n. ... Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) are long unbranched polysaccharides, made up of repeating disaccharides that may be sulphated (e. ... Hydroxide is a functional group consisting of oxygen and hydrogen: -O−H It has a charge of 1-. The term hydroxyl group is used when the functional group -OH is counted as a substituent of an organic compound. ... An aldol reaction takes the following form: 2 enolate anions ↔ aldol The reaction requires a base catalyst. ... In chemistry, an epimer is a stereoisomer that has a different configuration at only one of several stereogenic centers. ... Jump to: navigation, search A space-filling model of glucose Glucose, a simple monosaccharide sugar, is one of the most important carbohydrates and is used as a source of energy in animals and plants. ...


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The linkage to ceramide is a direct or covalent linkage between the sugar and ceramide, preferably a beta-1 linkage of the sugar moiety to ceramide.
The saccharide units for position R include but are not limited to galactose, allose, altrose, mannose, gulose, idose, talose and the like, provided the net charge of the glycolipid remains neutral and the neutral glycolipid maintains antithrombotic activity.
The number of carbon atoms in the fatty acid chain may vary and may include, for example 16, 18, 22 or 24 carbon atoms, provided the polar head groups of OH at C-3 and amide group at C-2 of ceramide is maintained.
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You would also be able to convert sucrose/glucose/fructose to rarer and more expensive sugars which are important in chemical analysis or biochemical research, e.g.
mannitol, mannose, ribose, allose, ribulose, tagatose, arabinoselyxose, talose, gulose, altrose, idose, etc., and their optical isomers.
Unfortunately, only a few simple interconversions can be done, usually involving oxidations and reductions, and hydrolysis of polysaccharides, rather than changes of their chiral configurations.
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