α-D-glucuronic acid/D-Glucuronic acid/D-Glucopyranuronic acid/(2S,3S,4S,5R)-2,3,4,5-Tetrahydroxy-6-oxohexanoic acid
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1. The urinary excretion of four metabolites of the D-glucuronic acid pathway, namely D-glucaric acid, free (unconjugated) D-glucuronicacid, L-gulonic acid and xylitol, has been studied in normal male volunteers and in male and female epileptic patients receiving phenobarbitone anticonvulsant therapy. 2. In normal male subjects the urinary excretion of the D-glucuronic acid metabolites, expressed per unit of creatinine, was similar in first void and total (24 h) urine samples and was fairly constant over a period of 4 weeks. 3. In male and female epileptic patients phenobarbitone treatment enhanced the urinary excretion of D-glucaric acid and xylitol and the combined excretion of D-glucaric acid, l-gulonic acid and xylitol. 4. It is suggested that the measurement of a spectrum of urinary D-glucuronic acid metabolites may provide a more reliable index for assessment of the induction of hepatic xenobiotic-metabolizing enzyme activities in man than the determination of urinary D-glucaric acid alone.
The excretion of metabolites of the D-glucuronic acid pathway in human urine. Effect of phenobarbitone administration.
Lake BG, Longland RC, Harris RA, Gangolli SD, Rundle A.
Ultrasmall Bi₂O₃ nanoparticles (davg = 1.5 nm) coated with biocompatible and hydrophilic D-glucuronic acid were prepared for the first time through a simple one-step polyol process and their potential as CT contrast agents were investigated by measuring their X-ray attenuation properties. Their observed X-ray attenuation power was stronger than that of a commercial iodine CT contrast agent at the same atomic concentration, as consistent with the magnitudes of atomic X-ray attenuation coefficients (i.e., Bi > I), and much stronger at the same number density. The results indicate that the nanoparticle sample is a potential CT contrast agent.
D-Glucuronic Acid-Coated Ultrasmall Bi₂O₃ Nanoparticles for CT Imaging.
Ghazanfari A1, Marasini S1, Yue H1, Ho SL1, Miao X1, Ahmad MY1, Park JA2, Jung KH2, Liu S1, Jang YJ1, Chae KS3, Chang Y4, Lee GH1.
2020 Aug 1
The development of ecofriendly procedures to avoid the use of toxic chemicals for the synthesis of stable silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) is highly desired. In the present study, we reported an eco-friendly and green technique for in situ fabrication of AgNPs on bleached hardwood pulp fibers (bhpFibers) using D-glucuronic acid as the only reducing agent. Different amounts of D-glucuronic acid were introduced and its effect on the size and distribution of AgNPs on the bhpFibers was discussed. The morphology and structures of bhpFibers@AgNPs were proved by electron microscope-dispersive spectroscopy (SEM-EDS), X-ray diffraction (XRD), Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). Then, a series of bhpFibers@AgNPs with different AgNPs loadings were also prepared by adjusting the concentration of the AgNO3 solution. After a papermaking process via vacuum filtration, the prepared papers displayed an outstanding antibacterial performance against Escherichia coli (gram -negative) and Staphylococcus aureus (gram-positive). It is foreseeable that the bhpFibers@AgNPs have a promising application in the field of biomedical.
D-glucuronic acid; antibacterial properties; cellulose fibers; green synthesis; silver nanoparticles
In Situ Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles on Cellulose Fibers Using D-Glucuronic Acid and Its Antibacterial Application.
Chen G1, Yan L2, Wan X3, Zhang Q4, Wang Q5.
2019 Sep 23