Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Structural Characterization and Repair Mechanism of Gracilaria lemaneiformis Sulfated Polysaccharides of Different Molecular Weights on Damaged Renal Epithelial Cells

Table 1

Degradation conditions and physico-chemical properties of crude G. lemaneiformis polysaccharide and seven degraded polysaccharide fractions.

GLP fractionConcentration of H2O2/%Intrinsic viscosity (mL/g)Mean molecular weight (kDa)Yield (%)–OSO3H content (%)–COOH content (%)

GLP001039 ± 42622 ± 35 13.071.26
GLP10.1298.8 ± 37.8106 ± 1563.513.371.27
GLP20.4168.3 ± 12.049.6 ± 4.858.413.411.28
GLP3154.9 ± 1.410.5 ± 3.956.013.461.28
GLP4337.4 ± 1.56.14 ± 0.3552.113.551.36
GLP5633.7 ± 0.95.06 ± 0.261.313.551.54
GLP61026.0 ± 0.93.71 ± 0.1853.013.561.76
GLP71519.7 ± 0.92.42 ± 0.1660.013.461.77

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