Neoglycoconjugates: Neoglycoconjugates, Part B: Biomedical Applications Biomedical Applications: Part B Volume 247
- Hardback | 450 pages
- 152 x 228 x 26mm | 798.34g
- 25 Jan 1995
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
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Table of contents
H. Kunz and K. von dem Bruch, Neoglycoproteins from Synthetic Glycopeptides.
K.G. Rice, Preparation of Fluorescent Glycoconjugates for Energy Transfer Studies.
T. Tamura, M.S. Wadhwa, M.H. Chiu, M.L.C. Da Silva, T. McBoom, and K.G. Rice, Preparation of Tyrosinamide-Oligosaccharides as Iodinatable Glycoconjugates.
T. Yoshida, Glycamine Formation via Reductive Amination of Oligosaccharides with Benzylamine.
K. Koizumi, S. Kitahata, and H. Hashimoto, Preparation, Isolation, and Analysis of Heterogeneous Branched Cyclodextrins.
T. Norborg, B. Laning, and J. Tejbrant, Solid-Phase Synthesis of O-Glycopeptides.
Y. Ichikawa, R. Wang, and C.-H. Wong, Regeneration of Sugar Nucleotide for Enzymatic Oligosaccharide Synthesis.
S. Ogawa, Chemical Synthesis of Core Structures of Oligosaccharide Chains of Cell Surface Glycans Containing Carba Sugars.
S. Ogawa and H. Tsunoda, Chemical Synthesis of Glycosylamide and Cerebroside Analogs Composed of Carba Sugars.
J.J. Krepinsky, D.M. Whitfield, S.P. Douglas, N. Lupescu, D. Pulleyblank, and F.L. Moolten, Galactosylation of Nucleosides at 5(- Position of Pentofuranoses.
R. Brossmer and H.J. Gross, Sialic Acid Analogs and Application for Preparation of Neoglycoconjugates.
R. Brossmer and H.J. Gross, Fluorescent and Photoactivatable Sialic Acids.
S. Aoki, H. Kondo, and C.-H. Wong, Glycosyl Phosphites as Glycosylation Reagents.
Enzymatic and Affinity Methods:
M.M. Palcic, M. Pierce, and O. Hindsgaul, Synthetic Neoglycoconjugates in Glycosyltransferase Assay and Purification.
A. Kobata, N. Kochibe, and T. Endo, Affinity Chromatography of Oligosaccharides on Psathyrella velutina Lectin Column.
S. Sabesan, J.C. Paulson, and J. Weinstein, Separation of Galb1, 4G1cNAc a-2,6- and Galb1,3(4)GlcNAc a-2,3-Sialyltransferases by Affinity Chromatography.
E. Altman and D.R. Bundle, Polysaccharide Affinity Columns for Purification of Lipopolysaccharide-Specific Murine Monoclonal Antibodies.
M.-C. Shao and C.Q.C. Chin, Streptavidin-Biotinylglycopeptide-Lectin Complex in Detection of Glycopeptides and Determination of Lectin Specificity.
Binding Site Characterization:
J. Lehmann and M. Schmidt-Schuchardt, Spacer-Modified Oligosaccharides as Photoaffinity Probes for Porcine Pancreatic (-Amylase.
D.R. Bundle and B.W. Sigurskjold, Determination of Accurate Thermodynamics of Binding by Titration Microcalorimetry.
C.P.J. Glaudemans, P. Kovac, and E.M. Nashed, Mapping of Hydrogen Bonding between Saccharides and Proteins in Solution.
T. Toyokuni and S.-I. Hakomori, Carbohydrate(Lysyllysine Conjugates as Cell Antiadhesion Agents.
M.A. Findeis, C.H. Wu, and G.Y. Wu, Ligand-Based Carrier Systems for Delivery of DNA to Hepatocytes.
R. Roy, C.A. Laferriore, R.A. Pon, and A. Gamian, Introduction of Rabbit Immunoglobulin G Antibodies against Synthetic Sialylated Neoglycoproteins.
N. Sugiura and K. Kimata, Syntheses and Functions of Neoproteoglycans: Lipid-Derivatized Chondroitin Sulfate with Antiadhesion Activity.
M. Kudo, D.R. Vera, and R.C. Stadalnik, In Vivo Quantification of Asialoglycoprotein Receptor.
M. Kudo, K. Washino, Y. Yamamichi, and K. Ikekubo, Synthesis and Radiolabeling of Galactosyl Human Serum Albumin.
D.R. Vera, S.J. Topcu, and R.C. Stadalnik, In Vitro Quantification of Asialoglycoprotein Receptor Density from Human Hepatic Microsamples.
D.R. Vera, R.C. Stadalnik, M. Kudo, and K.A. Krohn, Radiopharmaceutical Preparation of Technetium-99m-Labeled Galactosyl-Neoglycoalbumin.
K. Kobayashi, A. Kobayashi, and T. Akaike, Culturing Hepatocytes on Lactose-Carrying Polystyrene Layer via Asialoglycoprotein Receptor-Mediated Interactions.
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