Lectins / Proceedings of IUB Symposium No. 144, The Seventh International Lectin Meeting Bruxelles, Belgium, August 18-23, 1985

 
 
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  • Intro
  • Preface
  • Table of Contents
  • Part 1. Biosynthesis and Physiology of Plant Lectins
  • The Physiological Function of Plant Lectins
  • Pea Lectin Binding Activity of Pea Root Extracts
  • Soybean Lectin and the Interaction of Rhizobium with cultured Soybean Cells
  • Gramineae Lectins: A Special Class of Plant Lectins
  • Rice, Germ Lectin: Localization, Development and Cell-aggregation
  • Interaction of Leguminous Seed Lectins with Seed Proteins-Lectins as Packing Aids of Storage Proteins
  • Microcalorimetric Effects of Lectin Interactions
  • Lectin Release from Seeds of Datura Stramonium and Interference of the Datura Stramonium Lectin with Bacterial Motility
  • Are Mistletoe Lectins Storage Proteins?
  • Pattern of Wheat Germ Agglutinin Accumulation in Different Genotypes of Wheat
  • Part 2. Isolation and Characterization of Plant Lectins
  • Studies on Lectins from Indian Plants
  • Screening for Lectins in Common Foods by Line-Dive Immunoelectrophoresis and by Haemadsorption Lectin Test
  • Three Sperm-Agglutinating Isolectins from the Tubers of Taro (Colocasia esculenta)
  • A Meliboise/Mannose-Specific Lectin from Snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) Bulbs
  • Purification and Characterization of an Alpha-D-Galactosyl-Binding Lectin from the Seeds of Jackfruit (Artocarpus intergrifolia)
  • Purification of Ulex europeus Haemagglutinin I by affinity Chromatography
  • Haemagglutinins in Marine Algae-Lectins or Phenols?
  • The Sugar Specificity of Machaerocereus eruca Isolectins
  • Isolation and Characterization of the Lectins from Sub-species of Codium fragile
  • Vicia Faba Alpha-Galactosidases with Lectin Activity
  • The derived Amino Acid Sequence of the Seed Lectin present in the Pinto U1 111 Cultivar of Phaseolus vulgaris and a Comparison with PHA-E and PHA-L
  • Tyrosine Residues and the Binding Sites of Lectins
  • Molecular Structure of Lathyrus Lectins and Isolectins
  • Part 3. Animal Lectins
  • Mammalian Lectins and their Function - A Review
  • A Galactose-Specific Lectin also on Endothelial Cells of Rat Livers
  • Adult Rat Brain Extract Induces Lactose-Inhibitable Aggregation of Dissociated Embryonic Mouse Brain Cells
  • The Calactose Receptor of Rat Peritoneal Macrophages: Binding of Sialidase-Treated Cells and Glycoproteins
  • Liver Lectins as Receptors for Tumor Cells in Metastasis
  • Lectin in Carcinoma Cells: Level Reduction as Possible Regulatory Event in Tumor Growth and Colonization
  • Isolation and Partial Characterization of N-Acetyl-Hexosamine Specific Lectin in the Mucus of Archachatina (Calactina) marginata
  • Cold Agglutinin from Achatina fulica Snails having Specificity towards N-Acetyllactosamine
  • Fish Cortical Vesicle Lectins. A new Group of Carabohydrate-binding Proteins
  • Affinity of Soluble and Immobilized Plasma Fibronectin for Arginyl Sulfamide Polystyrene Beads
  • Part 4. Microbial Lectins
  • The Fimbrial Lectins of E. Coli
  • Lectin-Mediated Adherence of Actinomyces in the Oral Cavity
  • Isolation, Purification and Specificity of the Lectin from Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Bacteria (Habs Stain H8)
  • Part 5. Biological Effects of Lectins
  • The Biological Effects of Lectins in the Diet of Animals and Man
  • Application of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Lectin (PA- I) for Cancer Research
  • Adoptive Transfer of Experimantal Allergic Encephalomyelitis with Lectin-Activated Spleen Cells
  • Factor Dependent Concanavalin A Activation of B Lymphocytes
  • Blocking and Stimulation of Pokeweed Mitogen-lnduced Blastogenisis by Anti-Pokeweed Antiserum
  • A High Molecular Weight Mitogenic Factor in Culture supernatant Fluids of Pokeweed Mitogen-Stimulated Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells
  • Morphological Studies of the Interaction of Human White Blood Cells with Mistletoe Lectin I
  • Mitogenicity of A-Chain of Mistletoe Lectin I
  • Dolichos lablab Agglutinin: A Potent T Lymphocyte Mitogen and a High Interleukin-2 Promoter
  • Activated PNA⊃&+&/sup& Peripheral Immunocytes in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
  • The Con A Conjugate of Bowman-Birk Soybean Trypsin Inhibitor is an Anticarcinogen
  • Part 6. Histochemistry with Lectins
  • Light and Electron Microscopial Localisation of Cellular Glycoconjugates with Lectin-Gold Complexes
  • Lectins and Cancer. Characterization of Hodgkin-derived Cell Lines by Lectins
  • Histochemical Investigations on Lectin Binding in Normal and Neoplastic Endometrial Tissue and in Cell Cultures of Endometrial Carcinomas
  • Lectin Histochemistry of Colorectal Cancer combined with Localisation of Carcinoembryonic Antigen and Mucopolysaccharides
  • Histochemical Features of Renal Oncocytomas as Studied with Labelled Lectins
  • Lectin Binding to Neoplastic Human Urothelium
  • Lectin Histochemical Features of Middle Ear Epithelium in Chronic Secretory Otitis Media
  • The Effect of Prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) on the Lectin Binding Pattern in Rat Gastric Mucosa Injured by Ethanol or Sodium- Taurocholate
  • Lectin Binding Patterns of the Golgi Apparatus
  • Binding of PHA, WGA and SBA to the Surface of Rat Intestinal Epithelial Cells in Vitro
  • The Distribution of Carbohydrate Components as revealed by Lectin Histochemistry in the Alimentary Tract of Turtles
  • Binding of Dolichos Biflorus Agglutinin (DBA) to Endothelial Cells during the Embryonal Period is Restricted to the NMRI-Mouse
  • Maturation of Cellular Saccharides in Fetal Mouse Kidneys
  • A Histological Study of the Alimentary Tract of four African Fishes. Fluorescein Isothiocyanate Labelled (FITC) Lectins
  • Lectin Histochemistry of the Cuticle of the Antarctic Krill (Euphausia Superba)
  • Part 7. Lectins as Tools
  • Heterogeneity of the Monocyte-Macrophage-System (MPS) Demonstrated by the Use of Lectins and Monoclonal Antibodies
  • Dual Parameter Flowcytometric Measurement of DNA-Content and Lectin Binding in Human Bladder Tumors
  • Sugar-Mediated Mechanisms in Glomerular Endothelium of Mice
  • Phenotype of SBA⊃&+&/sup& T Cells in Human Bone Marrow
  • Initial Studies on a Novel Lectin-Affinity Method for the Purification of Plasmamembrane from Soybean
  • Microelectrophoretic Mobility Test for Lectin Binding to Purple Membrane Fragments
  • Limax Flavus Lectin: A New Taxonolectin for the Identification of the Agent Chagas' Disease, Trypanosoma Cruzi
  • Use of Lectins for the Characterization of Untransformed and Transformed Amphibian Cell Lines
  • Myelin-Associated Glycoprotein of the Developing Rabbit Optic Nerve. Separation by Micro-Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis and Identification by Concanavalin A Binding
  • Precipitation Reactions of Human Serum Glycoproteins with Lectins
  • Human Tear Glycoproteins. SDS-Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis, Blotting and Lectin Binding
  • Acid Phosphatase from Grass Tissues II, Con A-Binding, Acid Phosphatase, Isoenzymes of Grass Root and their Immunological Relationship
  • Microheterogeneic Forms of Alpha-1-Acid Glycoprotein, Alpha-1-Antichymotrypsin and Alpha-1-Antirypsin in Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • A Study of Heparin-Fibronectin Interactions by Affinity Electrophoresis
  • A New Quantitative and Highly Specific Assay for Lectin-Binding Activity
  • Appendix
  • Standardization of Lectins
  • Characterization of Different Con A Precipitations by Means of their Histamine Releasing Activity from Human Basophilic Granulocytes
  • Hydrazidated Histochemical Markers. Alternatives to Lectins for the Detection of Sialic Acid in Neoplastic Tissue
  • Quantification of Soybean Seed Lectin in Soybean Tissues during the Life-Cycle of the Plant, by an Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA)
  • Serum and Hemocyte-Associated Lectins of the Oyster Crassostrea Virginca
  • Author Index
  • Accumulated Subject Index for Volumes 1-5

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