By Binghe Wang(eds.)
This e-book comprises contributions from interdisciplinary scientists to jointly tackle the difficulty of focusing on carbohydrate attractiveness for the improvement of novel healing and diagnostic brokers. The publication covers (1) organic difficulties concerning carbohydrate attractiveness, (2) structural components mediating carbohydrate popularity, (3) layout and synthesis of lectin mimics that realize carbohydrate ligands with excessive specificity and affinity, and (4) modulation of organic and pathological approaches via carbohydrate recognition.Content:
Chapter 1 Mammalian Glycan Biosynthesis: development a Template for organic attractiveness (pages 1–32): M. Adam Meledeo, Venkata D. P. Paruchuri, Jian Du, Zhiyun Wang and Kevin J. Yarema
Chapter 2 the jobs of Carbohydrate Binding in telephone Adhesion and irritation (pages 33–63): Ken Kitajima and Chihiro Sato
Chapter three The position of Carbohydrates in Viral Infections (pages 65–91): Gillian M. Air
Chapter four The position of Carbohydrates in Bacterial Infections (pages 93–106): Roland J. Pieters
Chapter five the jobs of Carbohydrate Binding in Fertilization (pages 107–132): David J. Miller
Chapter 6 Carbohydrate Biomarkers (pages 133–156): Yunfeng Cheng, Nanting Ni, Hanjing Peng, Shan Jin and Binghe Wang
Chapter 7 Galectins and their function in quite a few organic approaches (pages 157–180): Sarika Saraswati, Ashley Stanley Block and Alan B. Diekman
Chapter eight Glycoimmunology (pages 181–203): Ani Grigorian, Barbara Newton and Michael Demetriou
Chapter nine instruments for Glycomics: Glycan and Lectin Microarrays (pages 205–227): Christopher Campbell and Jeff Gildersleeve
Chapter 10 Combinatorial Biosynthesis of complicated Carbohydrates (pages 229–255): Hai Yu and Xi Chen
Chapter eleven Mass Spectrometry in Carbohydrate Sequencing and Binding research (pages 257–300): Gregory O. Staples and Joseph Zaia
Chapter 12 artificial Lectin Mimics synthetic Carbohydrate Receptors (pages 301–327): Xiaochuan Yang, Yunfeng Cheng and Binghe Wang
Chapter thirteen Lectin Binding and its Structural foundation (pages 329–347): Annabelle Varrot, Bertrand Blanchard and Anne Imberty
Chapter 14 Multivalency in Carbohydrate Binding (pages 349–370): Mark L. Wolfenden and Mary J. Cloninger
Chapter 15 Carbohydrate Binding brokers: power Therapeutics with a number of Inhibitory activities opposed to Enveloped Viruses (pages 371–407): ok. O. Francois and J. Balzarini
Chapter sixteen Informatics for Glycobiology and Glycomics (pages 409–426): Kiyoko F. Aoki?Kinoshita
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