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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peter Grunwald, Prof. Dr.
|ISBN:||9789814241670 9814241679 9789814303484 9814303488|
|Description:||xxiv, 822 pages : illustrations|
|Contents:||Basics in Carbohydrate Chemistry, H. Huhnerfuss Glycoconjugates: An Overview, P. Grunwald Oligosaccharides and Glycoconjugates in Recognition Processes, T. K. Lindhorst Glycoside Hydrolases, M. Kitaoka Disaccharide Phosphorylases: Mechanistic Diversity and Application in Glycosciences, C. Luley-Goedl and B. Nidetzky Enzymatic and Chemo-Enzymatic Synthesis of Nucleotide Sugars: Novel Enzymes, Novel Substrates, Novel Products, and Novel Routs, L. Engels and L. Elling Iteratively Acting Glycosyltransferases, M. Luzhetska and A. Bechthold Bacterial Glycosyltransferases Involved in Molecular Mimicry of Mammalian Glycans, W. Wakarchuk Sulfotransferases and Sulfatases: Sulfate Modification of Carbohydrates, Eli Chapman and Sarah R. Hanson Glycosylation in Health and Disease, P. Grunwald Sialic Acid Derivatives, Analogs and Mimetics as Biological Probes and Inhibitors of Sialic Acid Recognizing Proteins, J. Tiralongo and T. Haselhorst Enzymes of the Carbohydrate Metabolism and Catabolism for Chemoenzymatic Syntheses of Complex Oligosaccharides, J. Thimm and J. Thiem From Gene to Product - Tailor-Made Oligosaccharides and Polysaccharides by Enzyme and Substrate Engineering, J. Seibel Synthesis and Modification of Carbohydrates via Metabolic Pathway Engineering in Microorganisms, X.-W. Liu, L. Li, H.-T. Gao, L.-J. Dang, and P. G. Wang Metabolic Pathway Engineering for Hyaluronic Acid Production, E. Marcellin, Wendy Y. Chen, and L. K. Nielsen Microbial Rhamnolipids, M. M. Muller, B. Hormann, C. Syldatk, and R. Hausmann Chitin-Converting Enzymes, K. Moss, S. Zibek, T. Hirth, and S. Rupp Linear and Cyclic Oligosaccharides, H. Taniguchi Fungal Degradation of Plant Oligo- and Polysaccharides, R. P. de Vries, M. Nadal, J. van der Brink, D. A. Vivas-Duarte, and H. Stalbrand Bacterial Strategies for Plant Cell Wall Degradation and Their Genomic Information, Y. Tamaru and R. H. Doi Design of Efficient Multi-Enzymatic Reactions for Cellulosic Biomass Processing, Anne S. Meyer|
|Responsibility:||edited by Peter Grunwald.|
"This is an excellent compilation of the latest research in the field of carbohydrate-modifying biocatalysts written by highly recognized experts in the field. With glycoscience and biocatalysis