Medical Definition of Fuc

1. L fucose (6 deoxy L galactose) is found as a constituent of N glycan chains of glycoproteins, it is the only common L form of sugar involved. D fucose is usually encountered as a synthetic galactose analogue. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fuc

Fruit Loop
Frunze
Frye
Fryup
Fráech
Fs
Ft.
FtM
Fu Manchu
Fu Manchu moustache
Fu Manchu moustaches
Fu Manchu mustache
Fu Manchu mustaches
Fu Manchus
Fuamnach
Fuc (current term)
Fucaceae
Fucales
Fuchs
Fuchs' adenoma
Fuchs' black spot
Fuchs' coloboma
Fuchs' epithelial dystrophy
Fuchs' heterochromic cyclitis
Fuchs' syndrome
Fuchs' uveitis
Fuchsia coccinea
Fuchsia excorticata
Fuchsian group
Fuchsian groups

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