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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp 20–24 | Cite as

Carbohydrates ofAllium. II. A new type of glucofructan fromAllium sativum

  • M. A. Khodzhaeva
  • Z. F. Ismailov
  • E. S. Kondratenko
  • A. S. Shashkov
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Abstract

By fractionating the total glucofructan from the bulbs ofAllium sativum L. a homogeneous glucofructan with a molecular weight of 2300 has been isolated. On the basis of its characteristics, a comparison of IR and13C NMR spectra, and the results of periodate and chromium trioxide oxidation and of methylation, it has been established that this glucofructan is a new type of compound of this class, containing both inulin (2 → 1) and levan (2 → 6) glycosidic bonds.

Keywords

Fructose Inulin Periodate Glycosidic Bond Fructan 

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  • M. A. Khodzhaeva
  • Z. F. Ismailov
  • E. S. Kondratenko
  • A. S. Shashkov

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