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Carbohydrate Microarrays

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Recent Advances and Future Challenges in Glycan Microarray Technology
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    Chapter 2 Chemical Synthesis of Carbohydrates and Their Surface Immobilization: A Brief Introduction
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    Chapter 3 General consideration on sialic Acid chemistry.
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    Chapter 4 Synthesis of Azido-Functionalized Carbohydrates for the Design of Glycoconjugates
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    Chapter 5 Polypyrrole-Oligosaccharide Microarray for the Measurement of Biomolecular Interactions by Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging
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    Chapter 6 Glycosylated Self-Assembled Monolayers for Arrays and Surface Analysis
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    Chapter 7 Carbohydrate Microarrays
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    Chapter 8 Neoglycolipid-Based Oligosaccharide Microarray System: Preparation of NGLs and Their Noncovalent Immobilization on Nitrocellulose-Coated Glass Slides for Microarray Analyses.
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    Chapter 9 Preparation of a Mannose-6-Phosphate Glycan Microarray Through Fluorescent Derivatization, Phosphorylation, and Immobilization of Natural High-Mannose N -Glycans and Application in Ligand Identification of P-Type Lectins
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    Chapter 10 Production of Fluorous-Based Microarrays with Uncharged Carbohydrates
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    Chapter 11 Carbohydrate Microarrays
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    Chapter 12 Immobilization of Polyacrylamide-Based Glycoconjugates on Solid Phase in Immunosorbent Assays
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    Chapter 13 Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging Analysis of Protein Binding to a Sialoside-Based Carbohydrate Microarray
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    Chapter 14 Glycoarray by DNA-Directed Immobilization
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    Chapter 15 Fabrication of Carbohydrate Surfaces by Using Non-derivatised Oligosaccharides
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    Chapter 16 Carbohydrate Microarrays
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    Chapter 17 Carbohydrate antigen microarrays.
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    Chapter 18 Probing Virus–Glycan Interactions Using Glycan Microarrays
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    Chapter 19 MALDI-ToF MS Analysis of Glycosyltransferase Activities on Gold Surface Arrays.
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    Chapter 20 Carbohydrate Microarrays
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    Chapter 21 Studying Modification of Aminoglycoside Antibiotics by Resistance-Causing Enzymes via Microarray
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    Chapter 22 Microarray Method for the Rapid Detection of Glycosaminoglycan–Protein Interactions
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    Chapter 23 Neoglycolipid-Based "Designer" Oligosaccharide Microarrays to Define β-Glucan Ligands for Dectin-1.
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    Chapter 24 Measurement of Antibodies to Pneumococcal Polysaccharides with Luminex xMAP Microsphere-Based Liquid Arrays
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    Chapter 25 Carbohydrate Microarrays in 96-Well Polystyrene Microtiter Plates
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    Chapter 26 Photoimmobilization of saccharides.
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    Chapter 27 Microwave-assisted method for fabrication of carbohydrate cluster microarrays on 3-dimensional hydrazide-dendrimer substrate.
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    Chapter 28 Combinatorial Glycoarray
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Chapter title
Carbohydrate Microarrays
Chapter number 7
Book title
Carbohydrate Microarrays
Published in
Methods in molecular biology, January 2012
DOI 10.1007/978-1-61779-373-8_7
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Book ISBNs
978-1-61779-372-1, 978-1-61779-373-8
Authors

Myung-Ryul Lee, Sungjin Park, Injae Shin

Abstract

Glycans are involved in a variety of physiological and pathological processes through interactions with proteins. Thus, the molecular basis of glycan-protein interactions provides valuable information on understanding biological phenomena and exploiting more effective carbohydrate-based therapeutic agents and diagnostic tools. Carbohydrate microarray technology has become a powerful tool for evaluating glycan-mediated biological events in a high-throughput manner. This technology is mostly applied for rapid analysis of glycans-protein interactions in the field of functional glycomics. In order to expand application areas of glycan microarrays, we have used carbohydrate microarrays for measurement of binding affinities between glycans and proteins and profiling of glycosyltransferase activities. The glycan microarrays used for these studies are constructed by immobilizing maleimide or hydrazide-conjugated glycans on the thiol or hydrazide-derivatized glass slides, respectively. This protocol describes the fabrication of carbohydrate microarrays and their applications to enzymatic reactions and determination of quantitative binding affinities.

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