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by Keith J. Stine

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Keith J. Stine
Medicine & Health Sciences
Wiley; 1 edition (November 2, 2015)
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Carbohydrate Nanotechnology.

Carbohydrate Nanotechnology.

Carbohydrate Nanotechnology book.

Unlike print books, digital books are subject to VA. Keith J. Stine, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at University of Missouri –– St. Louis.

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Электронная книга: Keith Stine J. Carbohydrate Nanotechnology. ISBN: 978-1-118-86029-8 October 2015 488 Pages. ISBN: 978-1-118-86053-3 December 2015 488 Pages.

Cite this publication. Immobilization of glycans (complex carbohydrates) on surfaces is a tool on how to mimic exposure of glycans on proteins and cells to study their interaction with proteins, viral particlesg or human cells revealing details about pathological processes. Glycan biochips were successfully applied in such studies, but this technology requires presence of labels with low sensitivity of detection. Stine, PhD, is Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at University of Missouri - St. Louis More about Keith J. Stine.

Introducing the emerging field carbohydrate nanostructures, this book will be a unique resource for interested researchers to learn a range of methods of applying the field to their own work. Greater access, as well as greater collaboration, to this new interdisciplinary field is intended for both synthetic carbohydrate chemists and researchers in nanoscience related fields. It covers:

the main types of nanostructures presently under investigation for modification by carbohydrates, including nanoparticles, nanorods, magnetic particles, dendrimers, nanoporous, and surface confined structuresoverview and introduction to the field of carbohydrate nanotechnology, and especially its applications to its biological systemsProvides a unique resource for researchers to learn about the techniques used to characterize the physical and biological properties of carbohydrate-modified nanostructures