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a 6-carbon sugar characterised by the (potential) presence of an aldehyde group in the molecule; e.g., glucose, galactose.

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Monosacharide transporters in small intestine

... can be transported to blood from small intestine? Glucose, Fructose, Mannose, Fucose are ones known to me. What about allose, atrose, other aldohexoses? What about ketohexoses, like psicose, sorbose? What about pentoses, tetroses, trioses? Also, "No cell surface transporters specific ...

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by siroma
Sat Aug 18, 2007 8:30 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Monosacharide transporters in small intestine
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