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Term:(1->2)-beta-D-mannan
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Definition:A mannan consisting of repeating mannosyl units joined via beta-(1->2)-linkages.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: (1->2)-beta-D-mannopyranan
 related_synonym: Formula=(C6H10O5)n.H2O;   [2)-beta-D-Manp-(1->]n;   beta-1,2-Man
 alt_id: CHEBI:61124
 xref: PMID:12117941 "SUBMITTER";   PMID:12435690 "SUBMITTER";   PMID:7582029 "Europe PMC"


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