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Acta Anatomica (1994) 151 (2): 80–87.
Published Online: 17 July 2008
...S. Gheri Bryk; G. Gheri; E. Sgambati; G.C. Balboni Lectin binding histochemistry was used to investigate the glycoconjugate saccharidic moieties in the respiratory epithelium of human fetuses ranging in age from the 8th to the 12th week of gestation. The distribution and changes in the sugar...
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Acta Anatomica (1992) 145 (4): 296–301.
Published Online: 16 July 2008
...S. Doehm; W. Breipohl; W. Lierse; K. Romaniuk; W. Young The existence of lectin-binding sites was investigated in the cecum of Balb-c mice at seven developmental stages ranging from 18 days post conception (p.c.) to 8 weeks after birth. Nine horseradish-peroxidase-conjugated lectins (concanavalin...
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Acta Anatomica (1992) 145 (2): 167–174.
Published Online: 16 July 2008
...G. Gheri; Gheri Bryk; G.C. Balboni Lectin-binding histochemistry was used to investigate the distribution and the changes of the glycoconjugate saccharidic moieties in the olfactory epithelium of human fetuses ranging from 8 to 12 weeks of gestation. It was found that the basal cells...
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Acta Anatomica (1992) 145 (2): 149–155.
Published Online: 16 July 2008
... matrix. The present study was designed to localize glycoconjugates recognized by peanut agglutinin (PNA) and Madura pomifera (MPA) lectins during mouse molar root development. Postnatal ICR mice at 10, 15, 21, 28 and 42 days were used. Lower jaws were dissected, fixed in 4% paraformaldehyde, decalcified...
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Acta Anatomica (1991) 141 (3): 245–250.
Published Online: 16 July 2008
...R.R. Hill; G. de Bruyn Lectin-binding and histochemical studies were integrated with a morphological description of colon development in rat fetuses to determine whether changes in glycoprotein sugars could be identified with stages of colon organogenesis. At 16 days gestation the colon consisted...
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Acta Anatomica (1991) 142 (2): 147–151.
Published Online: 16 July 2008
...J. Moré The bulbourethral glands of 2-month-old calves were studied by means of lectin histochemical methods. The lectin-binding sites for each considered lectin can be divided into three groups according to their zonal topography. In the first group including PNA, MPA, RCAl5 SB A and BPA binding...
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Acta Anatomica (1992) 145 (3): 207–211.
Published Online: 16 July 2008
...U.K. Bains; S. Sehgal; S.R. Bawa Ten fluorescein isothiocyanate (FΙTC)-linked lectins [Bauhimia purpurea, Concanavalin A, Dolichos biflorus (DBA), Griffonia simplicifolia I, Griffonia simplicifolia II, Madura pomifera, Arachis hypogea (PNA), Glycine max, Ulex europaeus (UEA) and Triticum vulgaris...
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Acta Anatomica (1987) 129 (2): 92–95.
Published Online: 15 July 2008
... a much lower reactivity than the cardiac endothelium.This lectin, equally active in higher mammals, offers the unique advantage of direct comparison between species. 1 09 1986 2 10 1986 15 7 2008 © 1987 S. Karger AG, Basel 1987 Copyright / Drug Dosage / Disclaimer Copyright: All...
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Acta Anatomica (1998) 161 (1-4): 7–17.
Published Online: 12 October 1998
... in the 1950s, and subsequently in glycoproteins. He focuses on the identification of soybean agglutinin as the first known plant protein of this class, to which a widely occurring N-linked oligomannoside is attached, and continues with an account of his work on the coral tree lectin that contains plant...
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Acta Anatomica (1998) 161 (1-4): 254–274.
Published Online: 12 October 1998
..., the spatial and temporal patterns of lectin-reactive epitopes and selected receptor types are presented and discussed with regard to their potential importance to physiological craniogenesis. Terminal and internal oligosaccharide molecules can play the role of the ligand part of an elaborate glycoconjugate...
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Acta Anatomica (1998) 161 (1-4): 110–129.
Published Online: 12 October 1998
...A. Villalobo; H.-J. Gabius The sugar units of glycan structures store information and establish an alphabet of life. The language of the oligosaccharide coding units is deciphered by receptors such as lectins and the decoded message can be transduced by multiple signaling pathways. Similar...