American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- March 4, 2009
...cules that are
attracted to receptors in specific tissues and organs. In a study with laboratory mice, the scientists coated quantum dots with either mannose
or galactosamine, two sugars that accumulate selectively in the liver. The sugar-coated dots became three times more concentrated in the mice livers t...
The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology devotes special issue to AIDS
...hat finds an increased rate of asthma in HIV-infected children who are being treated with HAART; the report of genetic variations in the innate immune mannose
lectin-binding pathway that changes the rate of HIV disease progression; and the laboratory advancement of measuring nave and late activated cytotoxic...
Chronic Sinusitis Resulting From Weakene Immune System
...from nine patients who benefited from surgery with nine who did not, the Hopkins team discovered suppressed levels of human beta defensin 2 (HBD2) and mannose
binding lectin (MBL) in those whose symptoms returned. The proteins are naturally produced in the nose whenever the immune system detects foreign bact...
'Oncomodulin'- Path To Nerve Regeneration
...rve injury on adding oncomodulin with other growth promoting factors the axon growth doubled. In another experiment oncomodulin was mixed with a sugar mannose
and forskolin which helps the cell receptors to become sensitised to protein messengers and this combination was more potent than ciliary neurotrophic...
Metabolism cycle of Kala-Azar parasite revealed
...chers have found that Leishmania parasite utilizes mannose
for their metabolism// and growth different from h...in the blood. Leishmania is found to utilize sugar mannose
in the blood for their metabolism and growth and i...l kill the parasites by selectively disrupting the mannose
metabolism, without causing affect to the glucose ...
Mannose in Medical Technology
Mannose in Medical Dictionary
...hage differentiation is partially restored by transduction with a PU.1 ... mRNA for macrophage -specific genes including M-CSF receptor (Fig 2 A), mannose
... Therefore, the acquisition of macrophage properties in response to zinc ... Cells overexpressing p19 acquire macrophage characteristics....
Mannose in Biological News
TB bacterium uses its sugar coat to sweeten its chances of living in lungs
...ugar, on the surface of these bacteria is the same mannose
that the human body produces when it makes new pro...lation and end up where they don't belong, we have mannose
receptors that exist primarily to scavenge unwanted mannose
proteins that we make without activating the innat...
Friendly bacteria in humans may protect against HIV
...lock HIV, however, we needed to find bacteria that prefer the unusual sugar mannose
and thus can capture it."
To identify bacteria that target mannose, Tao ...mannose-rich sugars. They found a small group of lactobacilli that bound to mannose
and further testing against HIV revealed two strains that specifically trap...
Mannose in Biological Technology
Characterization of Protein Oligosaccharides Using MSn
Since galactose and mannose
are both hexoses, and therefore diastereomers
...esidues, indicating three acetylaminosugars on one mannose
a fourth and fifth on the other ...arm, and a sixth residing on the bisected
of the core (Figure 6).
Mannose in Biological Products
Mannose in Biological Definition
... , hydroxylysine , hydroxyproline , serine , or threonine . Possible carbohydrates include glucose , glucosamine , galactose , galactosamine , mannose
, fructose , and sialic acid .
The sugar group can assist in protein folding or improve its stability. Glycoproteins are often used in proteins ...
...ogens. The MBL pathway of the complement system , for instance, recognizes mannose
sugars, which appear only in the polysaccharide coats of bacterium. The mos...y activates on contact with pathogenic cell surfaces, the third recognizes mannose
sugars, which tend to appear only on pathogenic cell surfaces. A cascade o...
Mannose in Biological Dictionary
...lts: Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the most prevalent human malignancies in the world. ... Frequent loss of heterozygosity on 6q at the mannose
... We therefore studied loss of heterozygosity and DNA ploidy in eight sporadic and ... Loss of heterozygosity and tumor suppressor gene ...