Medical Definition of D-galacturonic acid

1. The d-isomer is an oxidation product of d-galactose, in which the 6-CH2OH group has become a -COOH group; occurs in many natural products (e.g., pectins). Synonym: pectic acid. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of D-galacturonic Acid

d*cks
d-altro-2-heptulose
d-amino-acid oxidase
d-aminobutyric acid
d-aminolevulinate dehydratase
d-aminolevulinate dehydratase porphyria
d-aminolevulinic acid
d-aminolevulinic acid synthase
d-amphetamine
d-amphetamine phosphate
d-amphetamine sulfate
d-digitoxose
d-dimer test
d-epirhamnose
d-galacturonic acid (current term)
d-glucose
d-glucose-6-phosphate
d-glucose 1-phosphate
d-glucuronolactone
d-glyceric aciduria
d-glycogenous
d-hydroxylysine
d-manno-heptulose
d-pad
d-pads
d-proline reductase
d-shaped plasma
d-sorbitol-6-phosphate dehydrogenase
d-word

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