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Structural Investigation of a Laminaran isolated from Eisenia bicyclis

Nature volume 192, pages 10781080 (16 December 1961) | Download Citation

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IN 1939 Nisizawa1 isolated a soluble laminaran from the fronds of the brown alga, Eisenia bicyclis. No further investigations, however, were made at that time, beyond observations on some of its chemical properties and behaviour towards enzymes. Recent detailed structural investigations are now reported.

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  1. Water Research Laboratory, Nagoya University, Chigusa, Nagoya.

    • NOBUHIKO HANDA
  2. Botanical Institute, Tokyo University of Education, Otsuka, Tokyo.

    • KAZUTOSI NISIZAWA

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