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Mouse AKR1E1 Is an Ortholog of Pig Liver NADPH Dependent 1,5-Anhydro-D-Fructose ReductaseSAKUMA, Motoki; KUBOTA, Shunichiro.Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry. 2008, Vol 72, Num 3, pp 872-876, issn 0916-8451, 5 p.Article

Enzymatic production of microthecin by aldos-2-ulose dehydratase from 1,5-anhydro-D-fructose and stability studies of microthecinSHUKUN YU; ANDREASSEN, Mikkel; LUNDT, Inge et al.Biocatalysis and biotransformation (Print). 2008, Vol 26, Num 1-2, pp 169-176, issn 1024-2422, 8 p.Conference Paper

1,5-Anhydro-D-Fructose and its Derivatives: Biosynthesis, Preparation and Potential Medical ApplicationsFISKESUND, Roland; ABEYAMA, Kazuhiro; YOSHINAGA, Kazuhiro et al.Planta medica. 2010, Vol 76, Num 15, pp 1635-1641, issn 0032-0943, 7 p.Article

Examination of 1,5-anhydro-d-fructose and the enolone ascopyrone P, metabolites of the anhydrofructose pathway of glycogen and starch degradation, for their possible application in fruits, vegetables, and beverages as antibrowning agentsYONGBING YUAN; SHUXIA MO; RONG CAO et al.Journal of agricultural and food chemistry (Print). 2005, Vol 53, Num 24, pp 9491-9497, issn 0021-8561, 7 p.Article

Inhibition spectrum studies of microthecin and other anhydrofructose derivatives using selected strains of Gram-positive and -negative bacteria, yeasts and moulds, and investigation of the cytotoxicity of microthecin to malignant blood cell linesFISKESUND, R; THOMAS, L. V; SCHOBERT, M et al.Journal of applied microbiology (Print). 2009, Vol 106, Num 2, pp 624-633, issn 1364-5072, 10 p.Article

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