BeschreibungProtein glycosylation is now acknowledged as a major posttranslational modification with significant effects on protein folding, conformation distri bution, stability, and activity. The added oligosaccharide chains are large and diverse and have specific recognition motifs important in many aspects of cell interactions and regulation. As such, there is a growing need to communicate the analytical methods of the specialist carbohydrate chemist, biochemist, and physicochemist to protein experts and the pharmaceutical industry. Other areas that come under the influence of the glycosciences are DNA interactions with ubiquitous saccharide-containing antibiotics and antitumor drugs; inhibitors of viral infection; bacterial, mycobacterial, and parasite antigens; glycolipids; glycophosphatidylinositol protein membrane anchors; and (glyco)protein- proteoglycan interactions. Compared to the first edition of this book, Glycopro tein Analysis in Biomedicine, less emphasis is given to biomedical aspects, but these chapters are still pertinent today. The significant differences in the con tent relate to advances in analysis relevant to biotechnology; for example, the production of recombinant glycoproteins and other therapeutics. It must also not be forgotten that the methods here described in Glycoanalysis Protocols are relevant to exploiting the commercial potential of carbohydrates in fields related to agriculture, food, and the domestic and chemical industries. The emphasis of the book remains in bringing the glycosciences into mainstream biochemistry. The analytical methods covered in Glycoanalysis Protocols are the re sult of experts translating their life's works into easy-to-follow recipes.
InhaltsverzeichnisCharacterization of Protein Glycosylation, E. F. Hounsell. Analytical Methods for the Study of O-GlcNAc Glycoproteins and Glycopeptides, K. D. Greis and G. W. Hart. Analysis of Asparagine-Linked Oligosaccharides by Sequential Lectin-Affinity Chromatography, K. Yamamoto, T. Tsuji, and T. Osawa. Exoglycosidase Sequencing of N-Linked Glycans by the Reagent Analysis Method (RAAM), S. Prime and T. Merry. HPAE-PAD Analysis of Monosaccharides Released by Exoglycosidase Digestion Using the Carbopac MA1 Column, M. Weitzhandler, J. Rohrer, J. R. Thayer, and N. Avdalovic. HPLC and HPAEC of Oligosaccharides and Glycopeptides, M. J. Davies and E. F. Hounsell. Analysis of N- and O-Glycans by Pyridylamination, S. Natsuka and S. Hase. Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis of Fluorophore-Labeled Carbohydrates from Glycoproteins, J. C. Klock and C. M. Starr. Analysis of Glycosaminoglycans and Proteoglycans, C. C. Rider. The Use of Cell and Organ Culture for the Study of Secreted Mucins,
A. P. Corfield, A. Aslam, S. Wood,
B. Singh, and
C. Paraskeva. Purification of Gastrointestinal Mucins and Analysis of Their O-Linked Oligosaccharides, B. J. Campbell and J. M. Rhodes. TLC in Structure and Recognition Studies of Glycosphingolipids, J. Müthing. Strategies for Preliminary Characterization of Novel Amphoteric Glycosphingolipids, R.
D. Dennis, G. Lochnit, and R. Geyer. Analysis of the Carbohydrate and Lipid Components of Glycosylphosphatidylinositol Structures, A. Treumann, M. Lucia, S. Güther, P. Schneider, and M. A. J. Ferguson. Conformational Analysis of Biantennary Glycopeptides with a Resonance Energy Transfer Technique, K. B. Lee, P. Wu, L. Brand, and Y. C. Lee. Index.
Untertitel: 2nd ed. 1998. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Humana Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 1998
Seitenanzahl: 276 Seiten