Carbohydrate Chemistry Volume 27 by R J Ferrier, R Blattner, R H Furneaux, P C Tyler, R H

By R J Ferrier, R Blattner, R H Furneaux, P C Tyler, R H Wightman, N R Williams, K Clinch, T Gallagher

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As usual only compounds showing special features, usually within the sugar moieties, are dealt with in this section. Me PDGlcp -0 CHzOH 38 NH2 ":: 39 40 R = =H PD-Fruf P OH L H z O R Amongst relatively simple unusual compounds to have been reported are: ethyl 2-acetamido-2- Carbohydrate Chemistry 24 deoxy-0-D-glucopyranoside which was found in a yeast extra~t,~’ the acetophenone derivative 38, which is a new fluorescent compound obtained from human lens insoluble protein,76 the ,&fructofuranosyl derivatives of pyridoxine 39 and 40 which were isolated from culture filtrates of Aspergillus niger when it was grown in a medium containing sucrose and p ~ r i d o x i n e and , ~ ~ similarly the glucoside 41 was obtained from a cell suspension of Cofiea arabica when it was grown in the presence of the a g l y c ~ n .

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