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Glyco@Alps publications in 2024

#24-06. Nieto-Fabregat, F., Marseglia, A., Thepaut, M., Kleman, J. P., Abbas, M., Le Roy, A., Ebel, C., Maalej, M., Simorre, J. P., Laguri, C., Molinaro, A., Silipo, A., Fieschi, F., and Marchetti, R. (2024) Molecular recognition of Escherichia coli R1-type core lipooligosaccharide by DC-SIGN. iScience 27, 108792,  doi:  10.1016/j.isci.2024.108792
#24-05. Pignon, F., Guilbert, E., Mandin, S., Hengl, N., Karrouch, M., Jean, B., Putaux, J. L., Gibaud, T., Manneville, S., and Narayanan, T. (2024) Orthotropic organization of a cellulose nanocrystal suspension realized via the combined action of frontal ultrafiltration and ultrasound as revealed by in situ SAXS. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 659, 914-925,  doi:  10.1016/j.jcis.2023.12.164
#24-04. You, L., Polonska, A., Jasieniecka-Gazarkiewicz, K., Richard, F., Jouhet, J., Marechal, E., Banas, A., Hu, H., Pan, Y., Hao, X., Jin, H., Allen, A. E., Amato, A., and Gong, Y. (in press) Two plastidial lysophosphatidic acid acyltransferases differentially mediate the biosynthesis of membrane lipids and triacylglycerols in Phaeodactylum tricornutum. New Phytol.,  doi:  10.1111/nph.19434 (text available in HAL)

#24-03. Huang, T., Pan, Y., Marechal, E., and Hu, H. (in press) Proteomes reveal the lipid metabolic network in the complex plastid of Phaeodactylum tricornutum. Plant J.,  doi:  10.1111/tpj.16477 (text available in HAL)

#24-02. Kennett, A., Epple, S., van der Valk, G., Georgiou, I., Gout, E., Vives, R. R., and Russell, A. (2024) Modified minimal-size fragments of Heparan Sulfate as inhibitors of endosulfatase-2 (Sulf-2). ChemComm, 60, 436, doi:  10.1039/D3CC02565A (text available in HAL)
#24-01. Schnider, B., M'Rad, Y., El Ahmadie, J., de Brevern, A., Imberty, A., and Lisacek, F. (2024) HumanLectome, an update of UniLectin for the annotation and prediction of human lectins. Nucleic Acids Res., 52, D1683–D1693, doi: 10.1093/nar/gkad905 (text available in HAL)

Submitted on November 20, 2023

Updated on February 11, 2024