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.

The Lectin LecA Sensitizes the Human Stretch-Activated Channel TREK-1 but Not Piezo1 and Binds Selectively to Cardiac Non-myocytes
Involvement of N‐glycans in binding of Photorhabdus luminescens Tc toxin

Authors: Peter Njenga Ng’ang’a, Lina Siukstaite , Alexander Lang, Hans Bakker, Winfried Römer, Klaus Aktories, Gudula Schmidt.

Structural Diversities of Lectins Binding to the Glycosphingolipid Gb3
Structural Diversities of Lectins Binding to the Glycosphingolipid Gb3

Authors: Lina Siukstaite , Anne Imberty, Winfried Römer.

The Two Sweet Sides of Janus Lectin Drive Crosslinking of Liposomes to Cancer Cells and Material Uptake
The Two Sweet Sides of Janus Lectin Drive Crosslinking of Liposomes to Cancer Cells and Material Uptake

Authors: Lina Siukstaite, Francesca Rosato, Anna Mitrovic, Peter Fritz Müller, Katharina Kraus, Simona Notova, Anne Imberty, Winfried Römer.

Homo- and Heterovalent Neoglycoproteins as Ligands for Bacterial Lectins
Homo- and Heterovalent Neoglycoproteins as Ligands for Bacterial Lectins

Authors: David Goyard, Benoît Roubinet, Federica Vena, Ludovic Landemarre, Olivier Renaudet.

A pore-forming β-trefoil Lectin with Specificity for the Tumor-related Glycosphingolipid Gb3
A pore-forming β-trefoil Lectin with Specificity for the Tumor-related Glycosphingolipid Gb3

Authors: Simona Notova, François Bonnardel, Francesca Rosato, Lina Siukstaite, Jessica Schwaiger, Nicolai Bovin, Annabelle Varrot, Winfried Römer, Frédérique Lisacek, Anne Imberty.

Membrane Fusion Mediated by Non-covalent Binding of Re-engineered Cholera Toxin Assemblies to Glycolipids
Membrane Fusion Mediated by Non-covalent Binding of Re-engineered Cholera Toxin Assemblies to Glycolipids

Authors: Sarah Wehrum, Daniel Williamson, Lina Siukstaite, Thomas Branson, Taras Sycha, Josef Madla, Gemma Wildsmith, Wenyue Dai, James Ross, Maren Thomsen, Michael Webb, Winfried Römer, Bruce Turnbull.

The Two Sweet Sides of Janus Lectin Drive Crosslinking of Liposomes to Cancer Cells and Material Uptake
In-Depth Characterization of a Re-Engineered Cholera Toxin Manufacturing Process Using Growth-Decoupled Production in Escherichia coli

Authors: Natalia Danielewicz, Wenyue Dai, Francesca Rosato, Michael Webb, Gerald Striedner, Winfried Römer, Bruce Turnbull, Juergen Mairhofer.

Microbial Carbohydrate-binding Toxins – from Etiology to Biotechnological Application
Microbial Carbohydrate-binding Toxins – from Etiology to Biotechnological Application

Authors: Natalia Danielewicz, Francesca Rosato, Wenyue Dai, Winfried Römer, BruceTurnbull, Juergen Mairhofer.

Piggybacking on the Cholera Toxin: Identification of a Toxoid-bindingProtein as an Approach for Targeted Delivery of Proteins to MotorNeurons
Piggybacking on the Cholera Toxin: Identification of a Toxoid-binding Protein as an Approach for Targeted Delivery of Proteins to Motor Neurons

Authors: Matthew Balmforth, Jessica Haigh, Christian Tiede, Darren Tomlinson, Jim Deuchars, Michael Webb, and Bruce Turnbull.

MXene as a novel cartridge for N-glycan enrichment
MXene as a novel cartridge for N-glycan enrichment

Authors: Juvissan Aguedo, Zuzana Pakanova, Lenka Lorencova, Marek Nemcovic, Peter Kasak, Marek Barath, Pavol Farkas, and Jan Tkac.

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.