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content material: stories at the interplay of lectins with saccharides on lymphocyte telephone surfaces / Nathan Sharon, Yair Reisner, Amiram Ravid, and Aya Prujansky --
The carbohydrate binding website of concanavalin A / Karl D. Hardman --
Binding of mono- and oligosaccharides to concanavalin A as studied via solvent proton magnetic leisure dispersion / C. Fred Brewer and Rodney D. Brown, III --
Binding of p-nitrophenyl 2-O-[alpha]-D-mannopyranosyl-[alpha]-D-mannopyranoside to concanavalin A / Taffy Williams, Jules Shafer, and Irwin Goldstein --
using lectins to review telephone floor glycoconjugates / R.D. Poretz --
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Dependence of agglutination on concanavalin A molecular transition / D.W. Evans and P.Y. Wang --
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Carbohydrate-protein interactions in proteoglycans / L. Rosenberg, H. Choi, S. friend, and L. Tang.
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3. BREWER AND Binding of Mono- and Oligosaccharides BROWN JO MAGNETIC FIELD (Oersteds) 100 IK 29 OK FREQUENCY (MHz) Figure 1. 83 mM. Thefieldindependent rate for pure water is indicated by W. 0 in KCl. The solid curves are theoreticalfitsto data. 2 2+ 2 2 2 2 Figure 2. 1 M) a-MDG. The solid lines are theoretical fits to the data. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1979. 2 2 CARBOHYDRATE-PROTEIN 30 INTERACTION ( F i g . 2, lower curve). The l i n e s a r e from f i t s t o NMRD theory ( 6 ) .
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