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Honeybee larvae have been recognized as nutrient-rich food in many countries. Although glycogen, a storage form of glucose in animals, is synthesized in honeybee larvae, there is no information on the structure of glycan and its biological activity. In this study, we successfully extracted glycogen from honeybee larvae using hot water extraction and investigated the structure and biological activity of glycan. It was found that the molecular weight of glycogen from honeybee larvae is higherdoi:10.1248/bpb.b21-00239 pmid:34092709 fatcat:4elpdq5qgzdttfhcv7s63srpui