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Fructosides are glycosides where the glycone group is fructose.[1]

Fructosyl transferases[edit]

In enzymology, enzymes that add a fructose group to a molecule are called fructosyl-transferases, beta-D-fructofuranosyl transferases or fructotranferases. Examples are:


  1. ^ de Goede, A. T.J.W.; van Deurzen, M. P.J.; van der Leij, I. G.; van der Heijden, A. M.; Baas, J. M.A.; van Rantwijk, F.; van Bekkum, H. "Synthesis of Alkyl Fructosides Using Solid Acid Catalysts. Part I: Silica-Alumina Cracking Catalysts". Journal of Carbohydrate Chemistry. 15 (3). doi:10.1080/07328309608005657.