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A New Unsaturated Uronide isolated from Alginase Hydrolysate

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ALGINASE, which brings about the enzymic hydrolysis of alginic acid, has been found in the organs of a few of the lower animals1,2 and in some kinds of bacteria3,4.

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  1. Faculty of Fisheries, Hokkaido University, Hakodate, Japan

    • ISAMI TSUJINO
    •  & TSUNEYUKI SAITO

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