Original paper

Structural elucidation of a pectic polysaccharide from Fructus Mori and its bioactivity on intestinal bacteria strains

Volume: 186, Pages: 168 - 175
Published: Apr 1, 2018
Abstract
Many studies suggested that polysaccharides could impact on the gut microbiota. To discover new polysaccharides which influence intestinal beneficial bacteria, a pectin polysaccharide FMP-6-S2 with an average molecular weight of 86.83 kDa was purified from Fructus Mori. The monosaccharide residue analysis indicated that FMP-6-S2 was composed of rhamnose, galacturonic acid, galactose and arabinose in a molar ratio of 30.86: 24.78: 28.70: 15.61....
Paper Details
Title
Structural elucidation of a pectic polysaccharide from Fructus Mori and its bioactivity on intestinal bacteria strains
Published Date
Apr 1, 2018
Volume
186
Pages
168 - 175
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