disaccharide unit of glycosaminoglycans other molecule is a glucosamine.
In the mouth, cooked starch is broken down to a disaccharide by amylase, an enzyme in the saliva.
disaccharide repeat of beta (1-3) glucuronic acid beta (1-4) N-acetyl glucosamine.
Two simple sugars linked together form a disaccharide.
Disaccharide sugars present in the diet are maltose (a product of the digestion of starch), sucrose (table sugar), and lactose (the sugar in milk).
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