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Maackia

 
 
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Disease relevance of Maackia

 

High impact information on Maackia

  • On the contrary, labeling by Maackia amurensis lectin, which recognizes the Neu5Ac alpha 2-3Gal beta 1-4GlcNAc sequence, was intense on all three Ehrlich cell variants; it was 20-60 times greater than alpha-2,6-linked sialic acid-containing glycoconjugates [3].
  • Lectin blot assay showed that Maackia amurensis mitogen, a plant lectin specific for the trisaccharide sequence Sia(alpha)2-3Galbeta1-4GlcNAc of N-linked oligosaccharides, has strong affinity for GP-2 [4].
  • By contrast, expression of the H epitope was increased 5-8-fold in transfected cells with a 40% reduction in the expression of alpha-galactose epitope and a 50% decrease in sialylation, as measured by binding of Maackia amurensis and Sambuccus nigra agglutinins [5].
  • Moreover, the overall extent of sialylation was not affected based on the reactivity of cells to fluorescein isothiocyanate-conjugated Maackia amurensis lectin [6].
  • A stable subunit of Maackia amurensis leukoagglutinin (MMAL) was prepared by the selective reduction of disulfide bridges between the subunits followed by alkylation with 4-vinylpyridine [7].
 

Biological context of Maackia

  • The in situ labelling patterns of two sialic acid-specific lectins, Maackia amurensis (MAA) and Sambucus nigra (SNA) agglutinins, both showed that the helically coiled substructure of chromatids is also enriched in sialylated proteins [8].
  • That apoptosis is associated with a marked decrease in cell surface sialylation was confirmed by using the sialic acid-specific lectins Maackia amurensis agglutinin and Sambucus nigra agglutinin [9].
 

Anatomical context of Maackia

  • Expression of alpha 2,6-linked sialic acid residues in neoplastic but not in normal human colonic mucosa. A lectin-gold cytochemical study with Sambucus nigra and Maackia amurensis lectins [10].
  • Pretreatment of human brain endothelial cells with wheatgerm agglutinin, sialic acid, alpha(2,3)-neuraminidase or Maackia amurensis agglutinin that recognizes alpha(2,3)-, but not with Sambucus nigra agglutinin that recognizes alpha(2,6) sialylgalactosyl residues, significantly reduced FC5 transcytosis [11].
  • 125I-ASD derivatives of two sialic acid-specific plant lectins, Maackia amurensis leukoagglutinin and Sambucus nigra agglutinin, with oligosaccharide binding specificities similar to those of PT also labeled a 70-kDa protein in Jurkat cells [12].
  • The binding to normal and sialidase-treated human erythrocytes and lymphocytes of four 125I-labeled lectins [Maackia amurensis hemagglutinins (MAM and MAH), Ricinus communis hemagglutinin (RCH), and Bauhinia purpurea hemagglutinin (BPH)] was studied in detail [13].
  • Enhanced 3-O-sulfation of galactose in Asn-linked glycans and Maackia amurensis lectin binding in a new Chinese hamster ovary cell line [14].
 

Associations of Maackia with chemical compounds

  • Transfected cells expressed twofold-higher amounts of 6-linked sialic acids and twofold-lower amounts of 3-linked sialic acids than parent MDCK cells as judged by staining with Sambucus nigra agglutinin and Maackia amurensis agglutinin, respectively [15].
  • Previous work has shown that both types of EAT cells express Neu5Ac alpha 2,3 Gal-beta 1, 4 GlcNAc residues on their cell surface and that they both react with Maackia amurensis lectin which specifically recognizes this carbohydrate structure [16].
  • Only roots of control species that nodulate, Maackia amurensis Rupr. & Maxim. and alfalfa (Medicago sativa), produced pseudonodules after treatment with zeatin or 2,3,5-triiodobenzoic acid, an auxin transport inhibitor [17].
  • Using such cultures the suppressing activity of the Datura stramonium, Viscum album, Bauhinia purpurea, Triticum aestivum and Maackia amurensis lectins on gelatinase B induction were demonstrated [18].
  • Substitution or insertion that yielded a partial sequence similar to those of L-fucose-specific lectins and hemagglutinin from Maackia amurensis resulted in a complete loss of the hemagglutinating activity of rRBL [19].
 

Gene context of Maackia

  • In addition, gp300 showed complex changes during postnatal development in reactivity with the galactose binding lectin peanut agglutinin (PNA) and the sialic acid binding lectin Maackia amuresis (MAA) [20].
  • In addition, N-cadherin from WM9 (lymphomodus metastatic site) and A375 (solid tumor metastatic site) contained complex type chains with alpha2-3 sialic acid (positive reaction with Maackia amurensis agglutinin--MAA) [21].
  • Extracts of B16-F10 treated with neuraminidase showed only the basic beta-1 isoform, suggesting that terminal sialic acid residues may be responsible for this acidic pattern, an interpretation supported by the fact that MAA (Maackia ammurensis agglutinin) reacts only with the acidic isoform [22].
  • Ecgp was partially purified by wheat germ agglutinin and Maackia amurensis lectin (MAL) affinity chromatography [23].
  • The glycoconjugate expressions were demonstrated for 5 lectins, namely, Arachis hypogaea (PNA), Dolichos biflorus (DBA), Amaranthus caudatus (ACA), Maackia amurensis (MAA) and Sambucus nigra (SNA) [24].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Maackia

  • Loss of terminally alpha (2-->3) bound sialic acids of the oligosaccharides of rhAT III was analyzed in lectin-based Western blot and enzyme-linked lectin assays, using Maackia amurensis and Datura stramonium agglutinins for specific determination of Neu5Ac alpha (2-->3)Gal- and Gal beta (1-->4)-GlcNAc-terminated glycoproteins, respectively [25].
  • The surface glycans of Tn+ and TF+ cells were then analysed by flow cytometry using the following sialic acid-binding lectins: Amaranthus caudatus (ACA), Maackia amurensis (MAA), Limax flavus (LFA), Sambucus nigra (SNA) and Triticum vulgare (WGA) [26].

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