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Databases of Conformations and NMR Structures of Glycan Determinants

The present study reports a comprehensive nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) characterization and a systematic conformational sampling of the conformational preferences of 170 glycan moieties of glycosphingolipids as produced in large-scale quantities by bacterial fermentation. These glycans span across a variety of families including the blood group antigens (A, B and O), core...

PolySac3DB: an annotated data base of 3 dimensional structures of polysaccharides

Anita Sarkar Serge Prez 0 ) Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique , Grenoble Cedex 9BP 53X, 38041, France

PolySac3DB: an annotated data base of 3 dimensional structures of polysaccharides

Background Polysaccharides are ubiquitously present in the living world. Their structural versatility makes them important and interesting components in numerous biological and technological processes ranging from structural stabilization to a variety of immunologically important molecular recognition events. The knowledge of polysaccharide three-dimensional (3D) structure is...

The G protein-coupled receptors in the pufferfish Takifugu rubripes

Anita Sarkar 0 Sonu Kumar 0 Durai Sundar 0 0 Department of Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi , New Delhi , India Background: Guanine protein

Deciphering the Glycan Preference of Bacterial Lectins by Glycan Array and Molecular Docking with Validation by Microcalorimetry and Crystallography

Recent advances in glycobiology revealed the essential role of lectins for deciphering the glycocode by specific recognition of carbohydrates. Integrated multiscale approaches are needed for characterizing lectin specificity: combining on one hand high-throughput analysis by glycan array experiments and systematic molecular docking of oligosaccharide libraries and on the other...