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Digestion of mucin polysaccharides in vitro by bacteria isolated from the rabbit cecum



Digestion of mucin polysaccharides in vitro by bacteria isolated from the rabbit cecum



Current Microbiology 14(2): 117-120



The chemical composition of mucin prepared from rabbit small intestines was compared with that of commercial pig gastric mucin. Changes in carbohydrate structure of both mucins after degradation by rabbit cecal bacteria were monitored with the periodic acid-Schiff's reaction (PAS), gas-liquid chromatography, and blood group serology.

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Accession: 005161583

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DOI: 10.1007/bf01568414


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