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Agaroses and Neoagaroses

These oligosaccharides are derived from agarose ((1,3)-β-D-galactopyranosyl-(1,4)-3,6-anhydro-α-L-galactopyranose) by partial methanolysis and from neoagarose ((1,4)-α-3,6-anhydro-α-L-galactopyranosyl-(1,3)-β-D-galactopyranose) by enzymatic clreavage.  It is reported that they have antioxidant, antinflammatory and prebiotic properties.  As they form a polymerhomologous series, agarooligosaccharides and neoagarooligosaccharides are valuable as standards in chromatography.  Note-this is a rare example of oligosaccharides containing L- sugars.

Code Cas No Product Description
OA44600

Agarodecaose

Potential prebiotic decasaccharide from agar by enzymatic hydrolysis
OA45722

Agarodiitol

Disaccharide alcohol from agarobiose by reduction with Na borohydride
OA44629 852690-25-6

Agaroheptaose

Potential prebiotic heptasaccharide from agar by enzymatic hydrolysis
OA44599 852690-26-7

Agarononaose

Potential prebiotic nonosaccharide from agar by enzymatic hydrolysis
OA44598 155015-99-9

Agaropentaose

Potential prebiotic pentasaccharide from agar by enzymatic hydrolysis
OA44597 155015-96-6

Agarotriose

Potential prebiotic disaccharide from agar by enzymtic hydrolysis
ON45562

Neoagaro oligosaccharides

Potential prebiotic oligosaccharides made from agar by enzymatic hydrolysis
ON29863 484-58-2

Neoagarobiose

Agar breakdown product; substrate for agarase
ON44603 361564-45-6

Neoagarodecaose

Product of enzymatically hydrolyzed agarose
ON01698 25023-93-2

Neoagarohexaose

Agar breakdown product; substrate for agarase
ON44602 25023-94-3

Neoagarooctaose

Agar breakdown product; substrate for agarase
ON44601 16033-31-1

Neoagarotetraose

Potential prebiotic tetraose from agar by enzymatic hydrolysis
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