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Carbohydrate chemistry is a field of study concerned with the synthesis, structure and function of carbohydrates. Due to the complexity of these structures, the chemical synthesis of carbohydrates has a variety of unique strategies and methods. Both chemical and enzymatic methods can be used to generate these structures, and often a combination of the two approaches is used to generate complex polysaccharides.
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Pages in category "Carbohydrate chemistry"
The following 80 pages are in this category, out of 80 total.
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- Glycoinformatics (biology)
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- GlycomeDB (biology)
- Glycomics (biology)
- Glycopeptide antibiotic (chemistry)
- Glycopolymer (chemistry)
- Glycoprotein (chemistry)
- Glycorandomization (chemistry)
- Glycoside (chemistry)
- Glycoside hydrolase (biology)
- Glycosidic bond (chemistry)
- Glycosyl acceptor (chemistry)
- Glycosyl donor (chemistry)
- Glycosylation (biology)
- Glycosyltransferase (biology)
- Glycosynthase (biology)
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- Koenigs–Knorr reaction (chemistry)
- Tipson–Cohen reaction (chemistry)
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