2 article(s) from Turnbull, W. Bruce
a) Ribbon and b) surface depictions of the cholera toxin: A11 domain in light blue; A12 domain in d...
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a) Structure of the cholera toxin showing the location of its carbohydrate binding sites and the st...
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Bernardi and co-workers’ designed oligosaccharide mimetics of GM1.
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Structure of monomeric ligands. X = amino acid residues, aminoalkyl, 1,2,3 triazoles; n = 1, 2; R =...
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Bivalent inhibitor designed and synthesised by Pickens et al.
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Bivalent inhibitor designed and synthesized by Arosio et al.
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Bivalent inhibitors designed and synthesised by Leaver and Liu.
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Bivalent and tetravalent inhibitor designed and synthesised by Pieters, and Bernardi et al.
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Cyclic inhibitors synthesised by Kumar et al. for CT.
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The star-shaped inhibitors reported by Fan, Hol and co-workers.
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Differently sized cyclic decavalent peptide core designed by Zhang et al.
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Calixarene core-based pentavalent inhibitor designed by Garcia-Hartjes et al.
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Corannulene core-based pentavalent inhibitor designed by Mattarella et al.
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Pentavalent inhibitor designed by Pieters and co-workers.
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Neoglycoprotein inhibitor based on a non-binding mutant of CTB.
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Octavalent inhibitor designed by Pieters, Bernardi and co-workers.
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Hetero-bifunctional inhibitor designed by Bundle and co-workers.
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Glycopolymers with exchangeable sugar ligands and variable length linkers.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 484–498, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.34
a) Boons’ chiral auxiliary-based approach to α-stereoselective glycosylations. b) Modified strategy...
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Benzyne generation from 1-ABT.
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Oxathiane donor synthesis.
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Arylation/acetate glycosylation of oxathiane glycosyl donors.
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2010, 6, No. 19, doi:10.3762/bjoc.6.19
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