polysialic acid

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polysialic acid

Polysialic acid in adult brain plasticity

Polysialic acid facilitates tumor invasion by glioma cells

CMP substitutions preferentially inhibit polysialic acid synthesis

An ultrasensitive chemical method for polysialic acid analysis

Polysialic acid enhances the migration and invasion of human cytotrophoblasts

Disialic, oligosialic and polysialic acids: distribution, functions and related disease

Biosynthetic incorporation of unnatural sialic acids into polysialic acid on neural cells

Polysialic acid bioengineering of neuronal cells by N-acyl sialic acid precursor treatment

Protective effects of polysialic acid on proteolytic cleavage of FGF2 and proBDNF/BDNF

Polysialic acid glycomimetics promote myelination and functional recovery after peripheral nerve injury in mice

Developmental regulation of polysialic acid synthesis in mouse directed by two polysialyltransferases, PST and STX

Localization and characterization of polysialic acid–containing N-linked glycans from bovine NCAM

Bacterial synthesis of polysialic acid lactosides in recombinant Escherichia coli K-12

The β-reducing end in α(2–8)-polysialic acid constitutes a unique structural motif

Two Polysialic Acid Syntheses, Mouse ST8Sia II and IV, Synthesize Different Degrees of Polysialic Acids on Different Substrate Glycoproteins in Mouse Neuroblastoma Neuro2a Cells

Binding diversity of monoclonal antibodies to α(2 → 8) polysialic acid conjugated to outer membrane vesicle via adipic acid dihydrazide

Changes in polysialic acid expression on myeloid cells during differentiation and recruitment to sites of inflammation: Role in phagocytosis

Alpha 1,6-Linked Fucose Affects the Expression and Stability of Polysialic Acid-Carrying Glycoproteins in Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells


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A polysaccharide in which there are multiple N-acetylneuraminic acid (sialic acid) subunits. Such polymers are polyanionic and the effect of the negative charge may be to inhibit adhesion through electrostatic repulsion.

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