Glycobiology and Human Diseases
This book discusses glycobiology and various forms of human diseases, which are addressed in a sequence of seventeen chapters written by experts in the several fields.
The book :
- Provides comprehensive glycobiology data
- Relates glycobiology to diseases
- Discusses the involvement of metabolic pathways with carbohydrates
- Suggests comprehensive methods for correction of metabolic disorders.
Immunoglobulins, inflammation and glycosylation.
Analytical Techniques for structural Characterization of Glycosaminoglycan Oligosaccharides.
Natural anti-glycan antibodies in malignancies in normal and aberrant pregnancy.
Identifying urinary glycans as a possible method for the diagnosis of lysosomal storage diseases.
Proteoglycans in health and disease.
Glycobiology of Human Milk : Biological Roles and Diseases.
Pectins as biological modulators of human physiological reactions.
Role of glycosylation in TOLL-like receptor activation and proinflammatory responses.
Studying carbohydrate-lectin interactions by computational approaches.
Altered sialylation of glycoproteins and its impact on disease pathogenesis.
Connection between Parkinson’s disease and Gaucher disease.
The book includes analysis of comprehensive data and some productive conclusions and perspectives.