SynBIOcarb Publications

Structure and Engineering of Tandem Repeat Lectins

Structure and Engineering of Tandem Repeat Lectins

Authors: Simona Notova, François Bonnardel, Frédérique Lisacek, Annabelle Varrot, Anne Imberty.

The Lectin LecA Sensitizes the Human Stretch-Activated Channel TREK-1 but Not Piezo1 and Binds Selectively to Cardiac Non-myocytes
The Lectin LecA Sensitizes the Human Stretch-Activated Channel TREK-1 but Not Piezo1 and Binds Selectively to Cardiac Non-myocytes

Authors: Elisa Darkow, Eva Rog-Zielinska, Josef Madl, Annette Brandel, Lina Siukstaite, Ramin Omidvar, Peter Kohl, Ursula Ravens, Winfried Romer, Remi Peyronnet.

Other Synthetic Glycobiology Publications

The Lectin LecA Sensitizes the Human Stretch-Activated Channel TREK-1 but Not Piezo1 and Binds Selectively to Cardiac Non-myocytes
Polymers of a Transition-state Sialyl Cation Strongly
Inhibit Bacterial Sialidases

Authors: Dimitri Alvarez-Dorta, Coralie Assailly, Clarisse Bridot, Amélie Saumonneau, Paul Lottin, Benoit Roubinet, Eva-Maria Krammer, Francesca François, Federica Vena, Ludovic Landemarre, et al.

The Lectin LecA Sensitizes the Human Stretch-Activated Channel TREK-1 but Not Piezo1 and Binds Selectively to Cardiac Non-myocytes
Decoupling Protein Production from Cell Growth Enhances the Site-Specific Incorporation of Noncanonical Amino Acids in E. coli

Authors: Meritxell Galindo Casas, Patrick Stargardt, Juergen Mairhofer, and Birgit Wiltschi.

The Lectin LecA Sensitizes the Human Stretch-Activated Channel TREK-1 but Not Piezo1 and Binds Selectively to Cardiac Non-myocytes
Bacteriophage Inspired Growth-Decoupled Recombinant Protein Production in Escherichia coli

Authors: Patrick Stargardt, Lukas Feuchtenhofer, Monika Cserjan-Puschmann, Gerald Striedner, and Juergen Mairhofer.

The Lectin LecA Sensitizes the Human Stretch-Activated Channel TREK-1 but Not Piezo1 and Binds Selectively to Cardiac Non-myocytes
The Royal Society: Interface Focus – Synthetic Glycobiology

Authors: W Bruce Turnbull, Anne Imbert, Ola Blixt.