acid, GAGs and uronic acid content of velvet antlers at different cutting times in elk are shown in Table 2.
acid content of the dysfibrinogenemia associated with liver disease.
B cell antigen receptor signal strength and peripheral B cell development are regulated by a 9-O-acetyl sialic
After six months patients on rosiglitazone treatment exhibited significantly higher serum sialic
acid than controls and a significant correlation between total cholesterol and glucose concentration compared with the controls.
The change of mRNA expression could be related to the change of alpha 2,3 sialic
acid expression in carbohydrates structures that could play a role in the cellular adherence.
Affinity for sialic
acid was tested in competitive antiviral assays, as reported previously .
This drug, similar to oseltamivir, is also a sialic
acid analogue that inhibits the neuraminidases of influenza A and B viruses.
Yoshihiro Kawaoka of the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and his colleagues also sought to determine where in the human body lie the cells with sialic
acid-a-2,3-Gal receptors, to which H5N1 can bind.
acid was eliminated as the carbohydrate's possible identity, because treatment of the antigen with a neuraminidase capable of cleaving [alpha] (2,3), [alpha](2,6) and [alpha](2,8) sialic
acid linkages (Powell et al.
The binding of chitosan residues with sialic
acid residues make prolonged contact of the drug with the epithelium, also it was assumed that opening of the intercellular junctions by chitosan could lead to the enhancement of peptide absorption across the mucosa.
CDT, as its name implies, is a form of this molecule that is deficient in the carbohydrate sialic
o]=8-16) (Table 3), while sialic
acid inhibited haemagglutinating activity of all the strains tested.