Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Glycosylation

Edited by Stefana Petrescu

Institute of Biochemistry, Romania

This book, outlining the concepts of glycobiology, is a suite of reviews and articles written by a team of acknowledged researchers and covers some of the key topics in the field. Covering a wide range of theoretical and practical issues in the field of glycobiology, the Glycosylation book will be of an immediate value for students, academics and researchers involved in drug glycoengineering and biomedical research.

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GlycosylationEdited by Stefana Petrescu

Published: September 26th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/2917

ISBN: 978-953-51-0771-2

Copyright year: 2012

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53846 Total Chapter Downloads

19 Crossref Citations

51 Web of Science Citations

65 Dimensions Citations

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1. The Structural Assessment of Glycosylation Sites Database - SAGS – An Overall View on N-Glycosylation

By Marius D. Surleac, Laurentiu N. Spiridon, Robi Tacutu, Adina L Milac, Stefana M. Petrescu and Andrei-J Petrescu

1581

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2. Beyond the Sequon: Sites of N-Glycosylation

By Benjamin Luke Schulz

3113

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3. Structural Biology of Glycoproteins

By Joanne E. Nettleship

3596

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4. Unravelling Glycobiology by NMR Spectroscopy

By Vitor H. Pomin

3791

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5. Distribution, Characterization of Mycobacterial Glycolipids and Host Responses

By Nagatoshi Fujiwara

2892

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6. Flagellar Glycosylation: Current Advances

By Jumpei Hayakawa and Morio Ishizuka

1749

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7. Glycosylating Toxin of Clostridium perfringens

By Masahiro Nagahama, Masataka Oda and Keiko Kobayashi

2058

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8. N-Glycosylation of the 66-kDa Cell-Wall Glycoprotein of a Red Microalga

By Oshrat Levy-Ontman

1523

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9. Alpha-1-Acid Glycoprotein (AGP) as a Potential Biomarker for Breast Cancer

By Kevin D. Smith, Jennifer Behan, Gerardine Matthews-Smith and Anthony M. Magliocco

2002

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10. Plant-Derived Agents with Anti-Glycation Activity

By Mariela Odjakova, Eva Popova, Merilin Al Sharif and Roumyana Mironova

6607

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11. Impact of Yeast Glycosylation Pathway on Cell Integrity and Morphology

By Anna Janik, Mateusz Juchimiuk, Joanna Kruszewska, Jacek Orłowski, Monika Pasikowska and Grażyna Palamarczyk

1984

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12. The Role of Glycosylation in Receptor Signaling

By Brian J. Arey

3328

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13. The Role of O-Linked -N-Acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc) Modification in Cell Signaling

By Paula Santoyo-Ramos, María Cristina Castañeda-Patlán and Martha Robles-Flores

3048

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14. The Role of Glycans in Apical Sorting of Proteins in Polarized Epithelial Cells

By Kristian Prydz, Gro Live Fagereng and Heidi Tveit

1277

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15. The Role of Glycosylation in the Control of Processing and Cellular Transport of the Functional Amyloid PMEL17

By Julio C. Valencia and Vincent J. Hearing

2392

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16. Application of Quality by Design Paradigm to the Manufacture of Protein Therapeutics

By Ioscani Jimenez del Val, Philip M. Jedrzejewski, Kealan Exley, Si Nga Sou, Sarantos Kyriakopoulos, Karen M. Polizzi and Cleo Kontoravdi

4592

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17. Production of Highly Sialylated Monoclonal Antibodies

By Céline Raymond, Anna Robotham, John Kelly, Erika Lattová, Hélène Perreault and Yves Durocher

4896

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18. Glycoengineered Yeast as an Alternative Monoclonal Antibody Discovery and Production Platform

By Dongxing Zha

3417

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