The cereal β-glucans (so-called mixed-linkage β-glucans) are linear polysaccharides in which D-glucosyl residues are linked 1,3-β- and 1,4-β-, and the ratio of these linkage types varies with the source of the β-glucan (e.g., oats, barley, and wheat).
Modified on: Fri, 22 Apr, 2016 at 9:45 AM
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