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Glykogen (Bd. II, S. 254; Bd. VIII, S. 85)

  • Géza Zemplén
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Konstitution: Über den Aufbau des Glykogens1). Die Betrachtungen, die Karrer über den Aufbau der Stärke angestellt hat, haben auch für das Glykogen Gültigkeit. Er faßt das Glykogen als polymerisierte Diamylose auf; der Polymerisationsgrad ist aber ein anderer als derjenige der Stärke 2).

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