Disaccharide sugars, Basic Computer Science

Disaccharide Sugars:Disaccharide - Carbohydrate made up of two monosaccharides (a sugar dimer)

  • Condensation reaction between 2 monosaccharides
  • Linkage between

              o    C-1 on one monosaccharide
              o    C-4 or C-6 on the other monosaccharide

  • Link -> Glycosidic linkage
  • E.g. of disaccharides

             o    Maltose -> Glucose + Glucose (1-4 linkage)
             o    Sucrose ->Glucose + Fructose (1-2 linkage)
             o    Lactose ->Glucose + Galactose (1-4 linkage)


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