General characteristics of immunomodulator bioglycans from invertebrates of the sea of Japan
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Bioglycans have been isolated from 23 species of marine invertebrates from the Sea of Japan and a comparative study of them has been made. It has been shown that these bioglycans possess immunomodulating activity and consist of complexes of polysaccharides with a protein component.
KeywordsMarine Invertebrate DEAE Cellulose Monosaccharide Composition Coelomic Fluid Dividual Fraction
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