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Synthesis of inhibitors of polysialyltransferases pst and stx. Development of routes to synthesis, preparation and purification of carbohydrate and carbacycle-based potential inhibitors of the polysialyltransferase enzymes PST and STX PolySialic acid (polySia) is a linear carbohydrate homopolymer of α- 2,8-linked sialic acids and a posttranslational modification of NCAM (neural cell adhesion molecule), biosynthesized by combined action of two ...
Enforcing Global Strategies in Subsidiaries of Highly Decentralized Multinational Corporations. The Role of International Sales Managers Resistance of subsidiaries of multinational corporations to global coordination efforts by their headquarters is an important contemporary research subject in the field of international business studies. This case study ...
Mechanistic approaches towards understanding particle formation in biopharmaceutical formations. The role of sufactant type and level on protein conformational stability, as assessed by calorimetry, and on protein size stability as assessed by dynamic light scattering, micro flow imaging and HIAC Control and analysis of protein aggregation is an increasing challenge to biopharmaceutical research and development. Therefore it is important to understand the interactions, causes and analysis of particles in order to ...
In advancing a critical examination of post-processualism, the thesis has – as its central aim – the repositioning of the Neolithic within contemporary archaeological theory. Whilst acknowledging the insights it brings ...
Perceptions and experiences of early-adopting registered dietitians in integrating nutrigenomics into practice Purpose - This research explores the perceptions and experiences of early adopters of the technology. Design/Method/Approach - Registered Dietitians (RD´s) (N=14) were recruited from the UK, Canada, South-Africa, ...