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D-Mannose is a simple sugar that occurs naturally in some plants, including cranberries. Although small amounts of D-Mannose are metabolized by the human body, much of it is rapidly excreted in the urine. In the bladder, D-Mannose can adhere to undesirable foreign substances, preventing them from sticking to the lining of the bladder. Because insubstantial amounts of D-Mannose are used by the body, it does not interfere with blood sugar regulation.

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D-Mannose Powder - Now Foods

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D-Mannose Powder 3 OZ
$14.14
$56.52
$112.96
$169.32
D-Mannose 120 Caps, 500Mg
$14.14
$56.52
$112.96
$169.32

D-Mannose Powder - Source Naturals

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D-Mannose 30 Caps 500 Mg
$5.69
$22.64
$45.04
$67.20
D-Mannose 60 Caps 500 Mg
$10.10
$40.20
$80.00
$119.40
D-Mannose 120 Caps, 500Mg
$19.41
$77.28
$153.76
$229.56

ClearTract D-Mannose - Discover Nutrition

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D-Mannose Powder 50 Gms
$17.81
$71.20
$142.32
$213.36
D-Mannose 60 Caps
$17.00
$67.56
$134.64
$201.36

About D-Mannose

D Mannose is a simple sugar molecule. D mannose can be used safely. Mannose-binding lectin (MBL), a serum protein characterized by both collagenous regions and lectin domains, plays an important role in innate immune defense. It binds to the repeating sugar arrays on many microbial surfaces through multiple lectin domains and, following binding, is able to activate the complement system via an associated serum protease, MASP-2.

D Mannose-specific lectins are widely distributed in higher plants and are believed to play a role in recognition of high-mannose type glycans of foreign micro-organisms or plant predators. Structural studies have demonstrated that the mannose-binding specificity of lectins is mediated by distinct structural scaffolds. The mannose/glucose-specific legume (e.g., Con A, pea lectin) exhibit the canonical twelve-stranded beta-sandwich structure. In contrast to legume lectins that interact with both mannose and glucose, the monocot mannose-binding lectins (e.g., the Galanthus nivalis agglutinin or GNA from bulbs) react exclusively with mannose and mannose-containing N-glycans. These lectins possess a beta-prism structure. More recently, an increasing number of mannose-specific lectins structurally related to jacalin (e.g., the lectins from the Jerusalem artichoke, banana or rice), which also exhibit a beta-prism organization, were characterized. Jacalin itself was re-defined as a polyspecific lectin which, in addition to galactose, also interacts with mannose and mannose-containing glycans. Finally the B-chain of the type II RIP of iris, which has the same beta-prism structure as all other members of the ricin-B family, interacts specifically with mannose and galactose. This structural diversity associated with the specific recognition of high-mannose type glycans highlights the importance of mannose-specific lectins as recognition molecules in higher plants.

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