what is glycosidic linkage?

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what is glycosidic linkage?..

Answer / megha

oligosaccharides are composed of few monosaccharide
units.during union of monosaccharide units watere molecule
is eliminated and the units are linked through an oxygen
bridge. it is known as glycosidic bridge.

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what is glycosidic linkage?..

Answer / narayanareddy

its d linkage present b/n two aminoacids by d loss of water
molecule n it's position is also represented as (1->2 or

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