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Chemical Glycobiology: Monitoring Glycans and Their Interactions, Vol 598. Methods in Enzymology

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  • 420 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Chemical Glycobiology, Part B, Volume 598, the latest release in the Methods in Enzymology series, continues the legacy of this premier serial with quality chapters authored by leaders in the field. This volume is the second release on chemical glycobiology.

  • Presents an updated volume in this regular series
  • Covers research on chemical glycobiology
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1. Methods for the Detection, Study, and Dynamic Profiling of O-GlcNAc Glycosylation Linda C. Hsieh-Wilson and John W. Thompson 2. Chemical and biophysical approaches for complete characterization of lectin-carbohydrate interactions Carole A. Bewley 3. Application of Hyphenated Mass Spectrometry Methods to Carbohydrate Sequencing Sabine Flitsch 4. Bacterial surface glycans. Microarray and QCM strategies for glyco-phenotyping and exploration of recognition by host receptors Dolores Solís 5. Probing Multivalent Protein-Carbohydrate Interactions By Quantum Dot-Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Bruce Turnbull 6. Insights into Polysaccharide Recognition using Oligosaccharide Microarrays with Oxime-linked Neoglycolipids Ten Feizi and Yan Liu 7. Focused Glycomic Profiling with an Integrated Microfluidic Lectin Barcode System Yong Zeng and Yuqin Shang 8. Fluorescence-Quenched Substrates for Quantitative Live Cell Imaging of Glucocerebrosidase Activity David Vocadlo and Roger Ashmus 9. Liposome-Assisted Metabolic Glycan Labeling with Cell and Tissue Selectivity Xing Chen 10. Revealing the raft domain organization in the plasma membrane by single-molecule imaging of fluorescent ganglioside analogs Akihiro Kusumi 11. Intracellular Imaging of Protein-Specific Glycosylation Andreas Zumbusch and Valentin Wittmann 12. Activity-Based Probes for Glycosidases: Profiling and Other Applications Johannes Aerts and Herman S. Overkleeft 13. Covalent probes for carbohydrate-active enzymes: From glycosidases to glycosyltransferases Gerd Klaus Wagner

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