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the linkage in disaccharides is 2 points ether ester amide phosphodiester Back Submit

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Shreyas
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8 months ago

The bond formed between two monosaccharides is called a glycosidic bond. It is normally formed between the carbon-1 of one monosaccharide and carbon-4 of the other monosaccharide. The formation of a glycosidic bond involves the condensation of water molecules. In a disaccharide, the two monosaccharide units are joined by an ether linkage.

 

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