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Novel heparin degradation products. Isolation and characterization of novel disaccharides and oligosaccharides produced from heparin by bacterial degradation

The Biochemical Journal

Jul 1, 1968

Carl P Dietrich

PMID: 5667277

Abstract

1. Heparin was degraded by enzymes of adapted Flavobacterium heparinum. Several degradation products were separated by combined Sephadex-gel filtration and paper chromatography, and chemically analysed. 2. These products were identified as glucosamine 2,6-disulphate, saturated disacchar...read more

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Sulfates, Inorganic
Heparin
Enzymes, antithrombotic
Chromatography
Disaccharides
Liquaemin
Chromatography, Qualitative; Paper,2-dimensional, Analyte Not Elsewhere Specified
Triportheus paranensis
Glucuronic Acids
Glucosamine
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Novel heparin degradation products. Isolation and characterization of novel disaccharides and oligosaccharides produced from heparin by bacterial degradation

The Biochemical Journal

Jul 1, 1968

Carl P Dietrich

PMID: 5667277

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Abstract

1. Heparin was degraded by enzymes of adapted Flavobacterium heparinum. Several degradation products were separated by combined Sephadex-gel filtration and paper chromatography, and chemically analysed. 2. These products were identified as glucosamine 2,6-disulphate, saturated disacchar...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Sulfates, Inorganic
Heparin
Enzymes, antithrombotic
Chromatography
Disaccharides
Liquaemin
Chromatography, Qualitative; Paper,2-dimensional, Analyte Not Elsewhere Specified
Triportheus paranensis
Glucuronic Acids
Glucosamine

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