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Lille and His Early Life
From Nucleic Acids to Glycoproteins of Body Fluids
The “Dutch Connection”
Human Milk and Urine Oligosaccharides
The “Red Blood Cells Aging” Period
Dedicated Teacher, Editor, and Organizer
Laurance David Hall
Early History and Education, 1938–1963
The Vancouver Period, 1963–1984
The Cambridge Period, 1984–2005
Honors and Awards, 1971–2005
Potential trehalase inhibitors
II. Natural Occurrence and Characterization of Trehazolin
III. Biosynthesis of Trehazolin
IV. Retrosynthetic Analysis of Trehazolin and Its Analogues
V. Synthesis of the Sugar Isothiocyanate Fragment
VI. Synthesis of the Trehazolamine Fragment
VII. Synthesis of Trehazolins
Polysaccharides of the red algae
II. Storage Carbohydrates: Floridean Starch
III. Neutral Structural Polysaccharides: Cellulose, Mannans, and Xylans
IV. Sulfated Galactans
V. Sulfated Mannans
VII. Heteropolysaccharides of Unicellular and Freshwater Red Algae. Miscellaneous Polysaccharides
VIII. Algal Systematics and Polysaccharide Composition
Toward automated glycan analysis
II. Emerging Glycomics Technologies
III. Toward Automated Glycan Analysis
Since its inception in 1945, this serial has provided critical and integrating articles written by research specialists that integrate industrial, analytical, and technological aspects of biochemistry, organic chemistry, and instrumentation methodology in the study of carbohydrates. The articles provide a definitive interpretation of the current status and future trends in carbohydrate chemistry and biochemistry.
- Features contributions from leading authorities and industry experts
- Informs and updates on all the latest developments in the field
Researchers in biochemistry, organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry and instrumentation methodology
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- 1st August 2011
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