glycopeptide


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glycopeptide

[‚glī·kō′pep‚tīd]
(biochemistry)
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O'Connor, Effect of N-linked glycosylation on glycopeptide and glycoprotein structure.
* To study the prevalence of Glycopeptide resistance among the isolated Methicillin Resistant CoNS species by various phenotypic methods.
The next step we're taking is to identify all those differential glycopeptides, to break it down to single biomarkers, which helps us to elucidate the mechanism of disease and develop novel personalized diagnostics."
Prior to analysis of the tryptic digests of the mutagenized rAb glycoprotein, a comparative analysis was performed between the in-solution reference rAb and the in-gel reference rAb glycoprotein to ensure the reliability and repeatability of the developed glycopeptide mapping methods (see Figure 6).
Courvalin, "VanA-mediated high level glycopeptide resistance in MRSA," The Lancet Infectious Diseases, vol.
KEY WORDS: Vancomycin; Glycopeptide; Red Man Syndrome
Isolates with a vancomycin MIC of 1-2 ug/ml were screened for heteroresistance by Glycopeptide Resistance Detection (GRD) E-test.
"Enterococci with glycopeptide resistance in turkeys, turkey farmers, turkey slaughterers, and (sub)urban residents in the
Isolation and characterization of glycopeptide resistant enterococcci from hospitalized patients over a 30-month period.
This was discovered in the glycopeptide PheThr(o-Manp)TrpAlaGlnTrp, derived from RNase II.