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Chondroitin Sulfate Solabia Group Chondroitin Sulfate is found in cartilage, skin and arteries. It forms part of the natural occurrence of proteoglycans, which consist of a protein chain covalently linked to large chain heteropolysaccharides (CAG). The basic units are formed by N-acetyl-g...view more Chondroitin Sulfate is found in cartilage, skin and arteries. It forms part of the natural occurrence of proteoglycans, which consist of a protein chain covalently linked to large chain heteropolysaccharides (CAG). The basic units are formed by N-acetyl-galactosamine and glucuronic acid. There is a β (1-4) linkage between dissacarídeas units and a β (1-3) linkage between the uronic acid and galactosamine. There are two main types of Chondroitin sulfates, which depend on the position of the sulfate group in Galactosamine CSA (the 4th position) and SSC (at sixth position). view less
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