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Goldstein Chemical Taxonomy Molecular Biology an D Function of Plant Lectins

IJ GOLDSTEIN

Goldstein Chemical Taxonomy Molecular Biology an D Function of Plant Lectins

by IJ GOLDSTEIN

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Published by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany,
  • Clinical & Internal Medicine,
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    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10337708M
    ISBN 100471835129
    ISBN 109780471835127
    OCLC/WorldCa232946351

    Plant lectins are easily available, fairly stable and suitable for many kinds of chemical modification. Thus, they have become important tools in glycosciences. In the present review, it is attempted to throw light upon aspects of lectinology that deal with their natural occurrence, biosynthesis, structure, binding specificities and hypotheses abou. Chemical Taxonomy, Molecular Biology, and Function of Plant Lectins. Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by E. Y Laboratories, May June 3, , Asilomar, California. Irwin J. Goldstein and Marilynn E. Etzler.

    Lectins are carbohydrate binding proteins present in most plants, especially seeds and tubers like cereals, potatoes and beans. It is now well established that many lectins are toxic, inflammatory, resistant to cooking and digestive enzymes and present in much of our food and sometimes cause "food poisoning." The global pattern of varying prevalence of diseases such as coeliac disease. I. J. Goldstein and M. E. Etzler (Eds.). Chemical Taxonomy, Molecular Biology and Function of Plant Lectins. Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, Pp. Price £ ISBN 0 2. This book reports the proceedings of a symposium held in June , it includes 19 papers and .

    Chemical Used for Conjugation: Horseradish Peroxidase. Storage: Store liquid material frozen in aliquots in amber vials or covered with foil. Avoid freeze thaw cycles. Clarify by centrifugation. No preservatives have been added. Sodium azide will inactivate the enzyme, peroxidase. Chemical taxonomy, molecular biology, and function of plant lectins: proceedings of a symposium QKL42 C53 The plant paradox: the hidden dangers in "healthy" foods that cause disease and .


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Goldstein Chemical Taxonomy Molecular Biology an D Function of Plant Lectins by IJ GOLDSTEIN Download PDF EPUB FB2

In legumes, the role of lectins in the recognition of nitrogen-fixing bacteria Rhizobium genus, which have sugar-containing substances, has received a special attention. Binding Nitrogen-Fixing Bacteria to legume Roots: among the possible functions of plant lectins is their participation in binding nitrogen-fixing bacteria to legume roots.

Chemical taxonomy, molecular biology, and function of plant lectins: proceedings of a symposium Author: Irwin Joseph Goldstein ; Marilynn E Etzler ; EY Laboratories. Chemical Taxonomy, Molecular Biology and Function of Plant Lectins Progress in Clinical and Biological Research, Volume Edited by I.J.

Goldstein and Marilynn E. Etzler Alan R. Liss; New York, xi + pages. f29 Two main conclusions stand out from this sym- posium on plant lectins: (1) The molecular struc. Author(s): Goldstein,Irwin Joseph; Etzler,Marilynn E; E-Y Laboratories.

Title(s): Chemical taxonomy, molecular biology, and function of plant lectins: proceedings. Chemical taxonomy, molecular biology and function of plant lectins progress in clinical and biological research, volume Edited by I.J. Goldstein and Marilynn E. Etzler Alan R. Liss; New York, xi + pages.

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Lectins are a special class of proteins widely distributed in nature, which selectively recognize and reversibly bind to carbohydrates and glycoconjugates through their. Plant lectins are carbohydrate-binding proteins that have high binding affinity for specific sugar components of glycoproteins and glycolipids on cell membranes.

One of the first applications of lectins as neuronal tracers was WGA conjugated to HRP, which significantly enhanced the tracing sensitivity of free HRP. In: Chemical taxonomy, molecular biology, and function of plant lectins, pp. –, Goldstein, I.J., Etzler, M.E., eds., Alan R. Liss, New York Google Scholar Peumans, W.J., Stinissen, H.M., Carlier, A.R.

(a) Lectin synthesis in developing and germinating wheat and. A lectin was isolated from the seeds of Erythrina vespertilio by affinity chromatography on lactose-Sepharose 6B.

The lectin has an M, of 59 and consists of two non-covalently associated subunits (M, ∼ 30 ).The lectin is devoid of cysteine but has six methionine residues/mol and a neutral sugar content of % The carbohydrate composition was mannose, N-acetylglucosamine, fucose. Allen, A. () Potato lectin — a glycoprotein with two domains.

In Chemical taxonomy, Molecular Biology, and Function of Plant Lectins (edited by Goldstein, I. & Etzler, M. E.), pp. 71– New York: Alan R. Liss. The question of the possible physiological role of lectins has intrigued investigators from the start and focused on plant lectins, which for long time were virtually the only ones known (reviewed by Etzler, ).

It was speculated, for example, that lectins may function as antibodies to protect plants against harmful soil bacteria, control.

Peumans, W.J. & Stinissen, H.M. () Gramineae lectins: Occurrence, molecular bi­ology and physiological function; in Chemical Taxonomy, Molecular Biology and Function of Plant Lectins (Goldstein, I.J. & Etzler, M.E., eds.) pp.

99Inc. Although it represents a new type of plant lectin, resemblances to phytohemaglutinins from diverse taxonomic origin are obvious. Discover the world's research 17+ million members.

Abstract. The structure of phytohemagglutinin-L (PHA-L), a leucoagglutinating seed lectin from Phaseolus vulgaris, has been solved with molecular replacement using the coordinates of lentil lectin as model, and refined at a resolution of final R-factor of the structure is %.The quaternary structure of the PHA-L tetramer differs from the structures of the concanavalin A and.

Chemical storage pest control is interlinked with many challenges such as environmental pollution and toxicity to humans and animals.

Alternative tools are thus being increasingly researched and applied to supplement and/or substitute old-fashioned chemical means. Entomotoxic proteins, such as the lectins of leguminous seeds, have been shown to be effective alternative control agents against.

A galactose-specific lectin (SPL) from the seeds of Spatholobus parviflorus, a plant from the Fabaceae family, has been isolated by ion-exchange chromatography followed by affinity chromatography on activated guar gum. It has a molecular weight of  kDa and contains two different monomers of 31 and 29 kDa.

This Special Issue of the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, entitled “Plant Lectins and Lectin Receptor Kinases”, welcomes original research in model plants, as well as crop species, and mini and full reviews covering recent and on-going research including novel methods, physiological and defence-related functions and underlying.

Legume lectins may be involved in nitrogen fixation at the surface of roots, inhibition of the growth of pathological organisms and signal transduction (Goldstein & Etzler, ; Barondes, ). Plant seeds are a major source of lectins. The legume lectins play a role in nitrogen fixation at the surface of the roots, inhibition of growth of pathological organisms and signal transduction (Barondes, ; Goldstein & Etzler, ).

A leguminous plant, Dolichos lablab, found in India has two distinct varieties, D. lablab var. typicus (Indian beans) and D. lablab var. lignosus. Plant Lectins and their Utilization for Development of Insect Resistant Transgenic Crop Plants. Y. Bharathi, T.P. Reddy, V.

D. Reddy and K.V. Rao. Centre for Plant Molecular Biology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, :[email protected] Abstract. Lectins constitute a group of sugar-binding proteins which can recognize specific.Plant lectins have been for decades, model systems of choice to study the molecular basis of these recognition events, because they are not only easy to purify but also easy to exhibit a wide range of carbohydrate specificities, despite strong sequence conservation (Loris et al., ; Rudiger, ).

An integrated knowledge base together with.Purpose. To study the dynamics of soft winter wheat lectin activity in caryopsis and at the early stages of ontogenesis of varieties developed by Poltava State Agrarian Academy as well as investigate varietal differences depending on dynamic pH medium.

Methods. Laboratory analysis, method of hema­gglutination reaction, analytical approach, statistical evaluation.