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Glycoarrays With Engineered Phages Displaying Structurally Diverse Oligosaccharides Enable High-Throughput Detection Of Glycan-Protein Interactions
(Wiley-V C H Verlag Gmbh, 2015)
Glycan microarrays have become a powerful platform to investigate the interactions of carbohydrates with a variety of biomolecules. However, the number and diversity of glycans available for use in such arrays represent a ...
Characterizing The S-Layer Structure And Anti-S-Layer Antibody Recognition On Intact Tannerella Forsythia Cells By Scanning Probe Microscopy And Small Angle X-Ray Scattering
Tannerella forsythia is among the most potent triggers of periodontal diseases, and approaches to understand underlying mechanisms are currently intensively pursued. A similar to 22-nm-thick, 2D crystalline surface (S-) ...