Chemistry and Biology of Hyaluronan

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It was probably the French chemist Portes, who first reported in 1880 that the mucin in the vitreous body, which he named hyalomucine, behaved differently from other mucoids in cornea and cartilage. Fifty four years later Karl Meyer isolated a new polysaccharide from the vitreous, which he named hyaluronic acid. Today its official name is hyaluronan, and modern-day research on this polysaccharide continues to grow. Expertly written by leading scientists in the field, this book provides readers with a broad, yet detailed ...

Chemistry and Biology of Hyaluronan 2004, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, Netherlands

ISBN-13: 9780080443829

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