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Obituaries 1. Stephen John Charles Angyal
The Andrews Lectures
List of Publications by S. J. Angyal
Obituaries 2. John Grant Buchanan
List of Publications by J. Grant Buchanan
Obituaries 3. Saul Roseman
Biosynthesis and Metabolism of Simple Sugars
Biosynthesis of Mucin Glycoproteins and Brain Gangliosides
Discovery of the Sialyltransferase Catalyzing the In Vitro Biosynthesis of Sialyl-Lactose
Biosynthesis of Oligoglycosyl-Glycoproteins Studied at the Johns Hopkins University (1965–1970)
Bacterial Phosphotransferase System (PTS) Studied at the Johns Hopkins University (1965–1985)
Intercellular Adhesion and the “Fish Theory” from the Johns Hopkins University (1966–1972)
Degradation of Chitin and Hexosamine Metabolism in the Sea World (1985–2011)
Chapter 4. De novo asymmetric synthesis of the pyranoses: From monosaccharides to oligosaccharides
II Masamune–Sharpless Approach to the Hexoses
III Danishefsky Hetereo-Diels–Alder Approach to Various Pyranoses
IV MacMillan Iterative Aldol Approach to Various Pyranoses
V Asymmetric Oxidative Biocatalytic Aldol Approach to Various Pyranoses
VI Sharpless Dihydroxylation/Enzymatic Aldol Approach 2-Ketoses
VII Non-De Novo Asymmetric Approaches to Pyranoses
VIII O’Doherty De Novo Approach to Pyranoses
Chapter 5. Recent advances toward the development of inhibitors to attenuate tumor metastasis via the interruption of lectin–ligand interactions
II Roles of Carbohydrates in Tumor Development
III Roles of Lectins in Tumor Development
IV Developing Anticancer Approaches by Targeting Tumor-Associated Carbohydrate–Lectin Systems
Chapter 6. Bacterial cell-envelope glycoconjugates
II Surface-Layer Glycoproteins
III Nonclassical Secondary Cell-Envelope Polysaccharides
IV Structural Analysis
V Cell-Envelope Glycan Biosynthesis
VI Glycan Engineering and Applications
VII Concluding Remarks
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