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  1. 130 years of Plant Lectin Research
  2. The ArathEULS3 Lectin Ends up in Stress Granules and Can Follow an Unconventional Route for Secretion
  3. N-glycosylation site analysis reveals sex-related differences in protein N-glycosylation in the rice brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens)
  4. Mannose-Specific Lectins from Marine Algae: Diverse Structural Scaffolds Associated to Common Virucidal and Anti-Cancer Properties
  5. Structure and Activity of a Cytosolic Ribosome-Inactivating Protein from Rice
  6. Lectin Sequence Distribution in QTLs from Rice (Oryza sativa) Suggest A Role in Morphological Traits and Stress Responses
  7. Overview of the Structure–Function Relationships of Mannose-Specific Lectins from Plants, Algae and Fungi
  8. Morniga-G, a T/Tn-Specific Lectin, Induces Leukemic Cell Death via Caspase and DR5 Receptor-Dependent Pathways
  9. The N-glycome of the hemipteran pest insect Nilaparvata lugens reveals unexpected sex differences
  10. Evolutionarily conserved and species-specific glycoproteins in the N-glycoproteomes of diverse insect species
  11. Signaling through plant lectins: modulation of plant immunity and beyond
  12. Plant Lectins Targeting O-Glycans at the Cell Surface as Tools for Cancer Diagnosis, Prognosis and Therapy
  13. Comparative Study of Lectin Domains in Model Species: New Insights into Evolutionary Dynamics
  14. Diversity and functions of protein glycosylation in insects
  15. Extensive Evolution of Cereal Ribosome-Inactivating Proteins Translates into Unique Structural Features, Activation Mechanisms, and Physiological Roles
  16. Special Issue: Ribosome-Inactivating Proteins—Commemorative Issue in Honor of Professor Fiorenzo Stirpe
  17. Genome-Wide Screening for Lectin Motifs in
  18. Plant AB Toxins with Lectin Domains
  19. Genome-wide identification and domain organization of lectin domains in cucumber
  20. Ribosome-inactivating proteins from apple have strong aphicidal activity in artificial diet and in planta
  21. Ribosome Inactivating Proteins from Rosaceae
  22. Insecticidal activity of a protein extracted from bulbs of Phycella australis Ravenna against the aphids Acyrthosiphon pisum Harris and Myzus persicae Sulzer
  23. Molecular evolution of candidate male reproductive genes in the brown algal model Ectocarpus
  24. Plant F-box Proteins – Judges between Life and Death
  25. Review/N-glycans: The making of a varied toolbox
  26. The Arabidopsis lectin EULS3 is involved in stomatal closure
  27. Toxic proteins in plants
  28. Protein-Carbohydrate Interactions, and Beyond …
  29. The Cytotoxicity of Elderberry Ribosome-Inactivating Proteins Is Not Solely Determined by Their Protein Translation Inhibition Activity
  30. Protein-Carbohydrate Interactions as Part of Plant Defense and Animal Immunity
  31. Structural basis for carbohydrate binding properties of a plant chitinase-like agglutinin with conserved catalytic machinery
  32. Exposure of Trypanosoma brucei to an N-acetylglucosamine-Binding Lectin Induces VSG Switching and Glycosylation Defects Resulting in Reduced Infectivity
  33. NICTABA and UDA, two GlcNAc-binding lectins with unique antiviral activity profiles
  34. The Tobacco Lectin, Prototype of the Family of Nictaba-Related Proteins
  35. Distribution and Evolution of the Lectin Family in Soybean (Glycine max)
  36. Plant Glycobiology – a sweet world of lectins, glycoproteins, glycolipids and glycans
  37. Quantitation and localization of pospiviroids in aphids
  38. Plant Glycobiology—a diverse world of lectins, glycoproteins, glycolipids and glycans
  39. Penetration through the peritrophic matrix is a key to lectin toxicity against Tribolium castaneum
  40. Transcriptional profiling of the lectin ArathEULS3 from Arabidopsis thaliana toward abiotic stresses
  41. Cell cycle-dependent O-GlcNAc modification of tobacco histones and their interaction with the tobacco lectin
  42. Endogenous biotin‐binding proteins: an overlooked factor causing false positives in streptavidin‐based protein detection
  43. Lectin domains at the frontiers of plant defense
  44. In vivo interaction between the tobacco lectin and the core histone proteins
  45. Transcriptional behavior of EUL-related rice lectins toward important abiotic and biotic stresses
  46. Comparative analysis of carbohydrate binding properties of Sambucus nigra lectins and ribosome-inactivating proteins
  47. Orysata, a jacalin-related lectin from rice, could protect plants against biting-chewing and piercing-sucking insects
  48. Occurrence and Taxonomical Distribution of Ribosome-inactivating Proteins Belonging to the Ricin/Shiga Toxin Superfamily
  49. Updated Model of the Molecular Evolution of RIP Genes
  50. History of Plant Lectin Research
  51. Characterization of a type D1A EUL-related lectin from rice expressed in Pichia pastoris
  52. Novel natural and biomimetic ligands to enhance selectivity of membrane processes for solute-solute separations: beyond nature's logistic legacy
  53. Carbohydrate-binding agents act as potent trypanocidals that elicit modifications in VSG glycosylation and reduced virulence inTrypanosoma brucei
  54. Hevea brasiliensis and Urtica dioica impact the in vitro mycorrhization of neighbouring Medicago truncatula seedlings
  55. Promoter Analysis for Three Types of EUL-Related Rice Lectins in Transgenic Arabidopsis
  56. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of the Nictaba promoter activity during development in Nicotiana tabacum
  57. Inhibition of infection and transmission of HIV-1 and lack of significant impact on the vaginal commensal lactobacilli by carbohydrate-binding agents
  58. Structural analysis of theRhizoctonia solaniagglutinin reveals a domain-swapping dimeric assembly
  59. High entomotoxicity and mechanism of the fungal GalNAc/Gal-specific Rhizoctonia solani lectin in pest insects
  60. HIV-1 envelope trimer has similar binding characteristics for carbohydrate-binding agents as monomeric gp120
  61. Expression Analysis of Jasmonate-Responsive Lectins in Plants
  62. Uncovering the genetic basis for early isogamete differentiation: a case study of Ectocarpus siliculosus
  63. Promiscuity of the Euonymus Carbohydrate-Binding Domain
  64. Mechanism of entomotoxicity of the plant lectin from Hippeastrum hybrid (Amaryllis) in Spodoptera littoralis larvae
  65. Biologically active, magnICON®-expressed EPO-Fc from stably transformed Nicotiana benthamiana plants presenting tetra-antennary N-glycan structures
  66. Expression analysis of a type S2 EUL-related lectin from rice in Pichia pastoris
  67. GalNAc/Gal-Binding Rhizoctonia solani Agglutinin Has Antiproliferative Activity in Drosophila melanogaster S2 Cells via MAPK and JAK/STAT Signaling
  68. Introduction of tri-antennary N-glycans in Arabidopsis thaliana plants
  69. Production of Plant Made Pharmaceuticals: From Plant Host to Functional Protein
  70. Novel cellulose and polyamide halochromic textile sensors based on the encapsulation of Methyl Red into a sol–gel matrix
  71. The major secreted protein Msp1/p75 is O-glycosylated in Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG
  72. Arabidopsis F-box protein containing a Nictaba-related lectin domain interacts with N -acetyllactosamine structures
  73. Improved sample preparation for CE-LIF analysis of plant N-glycans
  74. Lectin activity of the nucleocytoplasmic EUL protein from Arabidopsis thaliana
  75. Plant lectins as defense proteins against phytophagous insects
  76. Targeting of T/Tn Antigens with a Plant Lectin to Kill Human Leukemia Cells by Photochemotherapy
  77. Jasmonate response of the Nicotiana tabacum agglutinin promoter in Arabidopsis thaliana
  78. Comparative Study of the Phototoxicity of Long-Wavelength Photosensitizers Targeted by the MornigaG Lectin
  79. Synergistic in vitro anti-HIV type 1 activity of tenofovir with carbohydrate-binding agents (CBAs)
  80. Expression analysis of the nucleocytoplasmic lectin ‘Orysata’ from rice in Pichia pastoris
  81. Diversity in Protein Glycosylation among Insect Species
  82. Internalization of Sambucus nigra agglutinins I and II in insect midgut CF-203 cells
  83. Production of Complex Multiantennary N-Glycans in Nicotiana benthamiana Plants
  84. Interaction of the Tobacco Lectin with Histone Proteins
  85. Lectins as Tools to Select for Glycosylated Proteins
  86. Identical homologs of the Galanthus nivalis agglutinin in Zea mays and Fusarium verticillioides
  87. Differences in the mannose oligomer specificities of the closely related lectins from Galanthus nivalis and Zea mays strongly determine their eventual anti-HIV activity
  88. Glycan Arrays to Decipher the Specificity of Plant Lectins
  89. Glycotope Structures and Intramolecular Affinity Factors of Plant Lectins for Tn/T Antigens
  90. 10.1023/A:1003801120192
  91. Morniga G: A Plant Lectin as an Endocytic Ligand for Photosensitizer Molecule Targeting Toward Tumor-Associated T/Tn Antigens
  92. Insecticidal properties of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum agglutinin and its interaction with insect tissues and cells
  93. Intermolecular interaction studies using small volumes
  94. Entomotoxic action of Sambucus nigra agglutinin i in Acyrthosiphon pisum aphids and Spodoptera exigua caterpillars through caspase-3-like-dependent apoptosis
  95. Exposure of insect midgut cells to Sambucus nigra L. agglutinins I and II causes cell death via caspase-dependent apoptosis
  96. Mutational analysis of the carbohydrate binding activity of the tobacco lectin
  97. Crystal Structure of the GalNAc/Gal-Specific Agglutinin from the Phytopathogenic Ascomycete Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Reveals Novel Adaptation of a β-Trefoil Domain
  98. Glycosylation Signatures inDrosophila: Fishing with Lectins
  99. Plant-insect interactions: what can we learn from plant lectins?
  100. Nucleocytoplasmic plant lectins
  101. Evolution of Plant Ribosome-Inactivating Proteins
  102. Entomotoxic effects of fungal lectin from Rhizoctonia solani towards Spodoptera littoralis
  103. Nicotiana tabacum agglutinin is active against Lepidopteran pest insects
  104. Evaluation of the Susceptibility of the Pea Aphid,Acyrthosiphon pisum, to a Selection of Novel Biorational Insecticides using an Artificial Diet
  105. Nicotiana tabacum agglutinin expression in response to different biotic challengers
  106. Interaction of tomato lectin with ABC transporter in cancer cells: Glycosylation confers functional conformation of P-gp
  107. Bioinformatics analyses of the mannose-binding lectins from Polygonatum cyrtonema, Ophiopogon japonicus and Liparis noversa with antiproliferative and apoptosis-inducing activities
  108. Spodoptera littoralis-Induced Lectin Expression in Tobacco
  109. Mapping of IgE-binding epitopes on the major latex allergen Hev b 2 and the cross-reacting 1,3β-glucanase fruit allergens as a molecular basis for the latex-fruit syndrome
  110. Two structurally identical mannose-specific jacalin-related lectins display different effects on human T lymphocyte activation and cell death
  111. Nebrodeolysin, a novel hemolytic protein from mushroom Pleurotus nebrodensis with apoptosis-inducing and anti-HIV-1 effects
  112. Related lectins from snowdrop and maize differ in their carbohydrate-binding specificity
  113. Natural Products: Plant Lectins as Important Tools in Controlling Pest Insects
  114. Proteins with an Euonymus lectin-like domain are ubiquitous in Embryophyta
  115. Carbohydrate-binding activity of the type-2 ribosome-inactivating protein SNA-I from elderberry (Sambucus nigra) is a determining factor for its insecticidal activity
  116. Ferritin acts as a target site for the snowdrop lectin (GNA) in the midgut of the cotton leafwormSpodoptera littoralis
  117. Do F-box proteins with a C-terminal domain homologous with the tobacco lectin play a role in protein degradation in plants?
  118. Structural basis for sugar recognition, including the Tn carcinoma antigen, by the lectin SNA-II from Sambucus nigra
  119. Expression of Sambucus nigra agglutinin (SNA-I′) from elderberry bark in transgenic tobacco plants results in enhanced resistance to different insect species
  120. Artin M: A rational substitution for the names artocarpin and KM+
  121. Cell-free expression and functionality analysis of the tobacco lectin
  122. The "Old" Euonymus europaeus Agglutinin Represents a Novel Family of Ubiquitous Plant Proteins
  123. Analysis of the sugar-binding specificity of mannose-binding-type Jacalin-related lectins by frontal affinity chromatography - an approach to functional classification
  124. Tomato Lectin
  125. Carbohydrate-binding agents (CBAs) inhibit HIV-1 infection in human primary monocyte-derived macrophages (MDMs) and efficiently prevent MDM-directed viral capture and subsequent transmission to CD4+ T lymphocytes
  126. Plant Lectins as Part of the Plant Defense System Against Insects
  127. Plant Lectins
  128. Antiviral activity of carbohydrate-binding agents against Nidovirales in cell culture
  129. Entry of hepatitis C virus and human immunodeficiency virus is selectively inhibited by carbohydrate-binding agents but not by polyanions
  130. Plant lectins are potent inhibitors of coronaviruses by interfering with two targets in the viral replication cycle
  131. Localization and Topogenesis Studies of Cytoplasmic and Vacuolar Homologs of the Galanthus nivalis Agglutinin
  132. Purification and Characterization of a Mannose-binding Lectin from the Rhizomes of Aspidistra elatior Blume with Antiproliferative Activity
  133. The Jasmonate-Induced Expression of the Nicotiana tabacum Leaf Lectin
  134. Expression of the nucleocytoplasmic tobacco lectin in the yeast Pichia pastoris
  135. Phylogenetic and specificity studies of two-domain GNA-related lectins: generation of multispecificity through domain duplication and divergent evolution
  136. A Novel Family of Lectins Evolutionarily Related to Class V Chitinases: An Example of Neofunctionalization in Legumes
  137. The Liverwort Marchantia polymorpha Expresses Orthologs of the Fungal Agaricus bisporus Agglutinin Family
  138. Non-lethal heat shock protects gnotobiotic Artemia franciscana larvae against virulent Vibrios
  139. The Sclerotinia sclerotiorum agglutinin represents a novel family of fungal lectins remotely related to the Clostridium botulinum non-toxin haemagglutinin HA33/A
  140. Ectopically expressed leaf and bulb lectins from garlic (Allium sativum L.) protect transgenic tobacco plants against cotton leafworm (Spodoptera littoralis)
  141. Expression of garlic leaf lectin under the control of the phloem-specific promoterAsus1 fromArabidopsis thaliana protects tobacco plants against the tobacco aphid (Myzus nicotianae)
  142. Recognition profile of Morus nigra agglutinin (Morniga G) expressed by monomeric ligands, simple clusters and mammalian polyvalent glycotopes
  143. Purification and characterization of the cysteine proteinases in the latex of Vasconcellea spp.
  144. Localization and in vitro binding studies suggest that the cytoplasmic/nuclear tobacco lectin can interact in situ with high-mannose and complexN-glycans
  145. Mutational Pathways, Resistance Profile, and Side Effects of Cyanovirin Relative to Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Strains with N-Glycan Deletions in Their gp120 Envelopes
  146. Deterrent activity of plant lectins on cowpea weevil Callosobruchus maculatus (F.) oviposition
  147. The presence of jasmonate-inducible lectin genes in some but not all Nicotiana species explains a marked intragenus difference in plant responses to hormone treatment
  148. Differential Binding to Glycotopes Among the Layers of Three Mammalian Retinal Neurons by Man-Containing N-linked Glycan, Tα (Galβ1–3GalNAcα1-), Tn (GalNAcα1-Ser/Thr) and Iβ/IIβ (Galβ1–3/4GlcNAcβ-) Reactive Lectins
  149. Anti-HIV I/II Activity and Molecular Cloning of a Novel Mannose/Sialic Acid-binding Lectin from Rhizome of Polygonatum cyrtonema Hua
  150. Crystal structure at 1.45-Å resolution of the major allergen endo-β-1,3-glucanase of banana as a molecular basis for the latex-fruit syndrome
  151. Carbohydrate specificity of an insecticidal lectin isolated from the leaves ofGlechoma hederacea(ground ivy) towards mammalian glycoconjugates
  152. Resolution of the structure of the allergenic and antifungal banana fruit thaumatin-like protein at 1.7-Å
  153. Carbohydrate-binding Agents Cause Deletions of Highly Conserved Glycosylation Sites in HIV GP120
  154. Enhanced resistance to early blight in transgenic tomato lines expressing heterologous plant defense genes
  155. Structural analysis of the jacalin-related lectin MornigaM from the black mulberry (Morus nigra) in complex with mannose
  156. Lectin Histochemical Investigations of the Distal Gut of Chicks with Special Emphasis on the Follicle-associated Epithelium
  157. Marked Depletion of Glycosylation Sites in HIV-1 gp120 under Selection Pressure by the Mannose-Specific Plant Lectins ofHippeastrumHybrid andGalanthus nivalis
  158. Profile of Resistance of Human Immunodeficiency Virus to Mannose-Specific Plant Lectins
  159. A novel lectin (morniga M) from mulberry (Morus nigra) bark recognizes oligomannosyl residues in N-Glycans
  160. Mannose-Specific Plant Lectins from the Amaryllidaceae Family Qualify as Efficient Microbicides for Prevention of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
  161. Profile of Resistance of Human Immunodeficiency Virus to Mannose-Specific Plant Lectins
  162. Cytoplasmic/nuclear plant lectins: a new story
  163. Artocarpin is a polyspecific jacalin-related lectin with a monosaccharide preference for mannose
  164. The type-1 and type-2 ribosome-inactivating proteins from Iris confer transgenic tobacco plants local but not systemic protection against viruses
  165. Analysis of the in planta antiviral activity of elderberry ribosome-inactivating proteins
  166. Synergistic antifungal activity of two chitin-binding proteins from spindle tree (Euonymus europaeus L.)
  167. Enzymatic activity of toxic and non-toxic type 2 ribosome-inactivating proteins
  168. Potato lectin: an updated model of a unique chimeric plant protein
  169. A Novel Lectin (Morniga M) from Mulberry (Morus nigra) Bark Recognizes Oligomannosyl Residues in N-Glycans
  170. The tomato lectin consists of two homologous chitin-binding modules separated by an extensin-like linker
  171. The Crystal Structure of theCalystegia sepiumAgglutinin Reveals a Novel Quaternary Arrangement of Lectin Subunits with a β-Prism Fold
  172. The Dead-End Elimination Method, Tryptophan Rotamers, and Fluorescence Lifetimes
  173. Structural and functional characterization of the GalNAc/Gal-specific lectin from the phytopathogenic ascomycete Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Lib.) de Bary
  174. Lectin histochemistry of the lymphoid organs of the chicken
  175. The Tn Antigen-Specific Lectin from Ground Ivy Is an Insecticidal Protein with an Unusual Physiology
  176. Cloning and heterologous expression of early genes in gibberellin and steviol biosynthesis via the methylerythritol phosphate pathway in Stevia rebaudiana
  177. A structural basis for the difference in specificity between the two jacalin-related lectins from mulberry (Morus nigra) bark
  178. Evaluation of the ability of lectin from snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) to protect plants against root-knot nematodes
  179. A molecular basis for the endo-β1,3-glucanase activity of the thaumatin-like proteins from edible fruits
  180. Caspase-14 is expressed in the epidermis, the choroid plexus, the retinal pigment epithelium and thymic Hassall's bodies
  181. Effect of plant lectins on the host-finding behaviour of Radopholus similis
  182. The identification of inducible cytoplasmic/nuclear carbohydrate-binding proteins urges to develop novel concepts about the role of plant lectins
  183. Leaves of the Lamiaceae speciesGlechoma hederacea(ground ivy) contain a lectin that is structurally and evolutionary related to the legume lectins
  184. The size, shape and specificity of the sugar-binding site of the jacalin-related lectins is profoundly affected by the proteolytic cleavage of the subunits
  185. The Abundant Class III Chitinase Homolog in Young Developing Banana Fruits Behaves as a Transient Vegetative Storage Protein and Most Probably Serves as an Important Supply of Amino Acids for the Synthesis of Ripening-Associated Proteins
  186. Five disulfide bridges stabilize a hevein-type antimicrobial peptide from the bark of spindle tree (Euonymus europaeusL.)
  187. Two Distinct Jacalin-Related Lectins with a Different Specificity and Subcellular Location Are Major Vegetative Storage Proteins in the Bark of the Black Mulberry Tree
  188. The Liverwort Contains a Lectin That Is Structurally and Evolutionary Related to the Monocot Mannose-Binding Lectins
  189. A complex fruit-specific type-2 ribosome-inactivating protein from elderberry (Sambucus nigra) is correctly processed and assembled in transgenic tobacco plants
  190. Mutational analysis of the carbohydrate-binding activity of the NeuAc(α-2,6)Gal/GalNAc-specific type 2 ribosome-inactivating protein from elderberry (Sambucus nigra) fruits
  191. Gastrodianin-like mannose-binding proteins: a novel class of plant proteins with antifungal properties
  192. Biochemical, molecular and structural analysis of multiple thaumatin-like proteins from the elderberry tree ( Sambucus nigra L.)
  193. Structure of an RNase-related protein fromCalystegia sepium
  194. TheSambucus nigratype-2 ribosome-inactivating protein SNA-I′ exhibits in planta antiviral activity in transgenic tobacco
  195. Lectin histochemistry of the rat lymph node: visualisation of stroma, blood vessels, sinuses, and macrophages. A contribution to the concept of an immune accessory role of sinus-lining endothelia
  196. Purification, characterization, immunolocalization and structural analysis of the abundant cytoplasmic β-amylase from Calystegia sepium (hedge bindweed) rhizomes
  197. Lectin histochemistry of microvascular endothelium in chick and quail musculature
  198. Type-1 ribosome-inactivating protein from iris (Iris hollandica var. Professor Blaauw) binds specific genomic DNA fragments
  200. Structure of a legume lectin from the bark ofRobinia pseudoacaciaand its complex with N-acetylgalactosamine
  201. Ribosome-inactivating proteins from plants: more than RNA N-glycosidases?
  202. Mannose-binding plant lectins: Different structural scaffolds for a common sugar-recognition process
  203. Carbohydrate binding properties of banana (Musa acuminata) lectin
  204. Carbohydrate binding properties of banana (Musa acuminata) lectin
  205. The Gal/GalNAc-Specific Lectin from the Plant Pathogenic Basidiomycete Rhizoctonia solani Is a Member of the Ricin-B Family
  206. Lectin and proteoglycan histochemistry of Merkel cell carcinomas
  207. The crystals of a mannose-specific jacalin-related lectin fromMorus nigraare merohedrally twinned
  208. Iris Bulbs Express Type 1 and Type 2 Ribosome-Inactivating Proteins with Unusual Properties
  209. A legume lectin from the bark ofRobinia pseudoacaciacrystallizes in two crystal forms: preliminary diffraction analyses
  210. Accessibility of the High-Mannose Glycans of Glycoprotein gp120 from Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Probed by in Vitro Interaction with Mannose-Binding Lectins
  211. Cloning and characterization of a monocot mannose-binding lectin from Crocus vernus (family Iridaceae)
  212. Microenvironment of Cysteine 242 in Type-1 Ribosome-Inactivating Protein from Iris
  213. The galactose-binding and mannose-binding jacalin-related lectins are located in different sub-cellular compartments
  214. Crystal structure of Urtica dioica agglutinin, a superantigen presented by MHC molecules of class I and class II
  215. Characterization and molecular cloning of two different type 2 ribosome-inactivating proteins from the monocotyledonous plant Polygonatum multiflorum
  216. Structural characterisation of the native fetuin-binding proteinScilla campanulataagglutinin: a novel two-domain lectin
  217. Purification, characterization and structural analysis of an abundant β-1,3-glucanase from banana fruit
  218. Xanthosoma sagittifoliumTubers Contain a Lectin with Two Different Types of Carbohydrate-binding Sites
  219. Structure of the native (unligated) mannose-specific bulb lectin from Scilla campanulata (bluebell) at 1.7 Å resolution
  220. Isolation, characterization, molecular cloning and molecular modelling of two lectins of different specificities from bluebell (Scilla campanulata) bulbs
  221. Seed Lectins
  222. Helianthus tuberosus lectin reveals a widespread scaffold for mannose-binding lectins
  223. Characterization and molecular cloning of the lectin from �Helianthus tuberosus
  224. Plant Lectins: A Composite of Several Distinct Families of Structurally and Evolutionary Related Proteins with Diverse Biological Roles
  225. Regulation of gelatinase B (MMP-9) in leukocytes by plant lectins
  226. Plant Lectins: Versatile Proteins with Important Perspectives in Biotechnology
  227. Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) contains truncated Neu5Ac(α-2,6)Gal/GalNAc-binding type 2 ribosome-inactivating proteins
  228. The major elderberry (Sambucus nigra) fruit protein is a lectin derived from a truncated type 2 ribosome-inactivating protein
  229. Ribosome-inactivating lectins with polynucleotide:adenosine glycosidase activity
  230. Isolation and Molecular Cloning of a Novel Type 2 Ribosome-inactivating Protein with an Inactive B Chain from Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) Bark
  231. Crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of a novel plant lectin from Calystegia sepium
  232. Lectin and alliinase are the predominant proteins in nectar from leek (Allium porrum L.) flowers
  233. Effect of the insecticidal Galanthus nivalis agglutinin on metabolism and the activities of brush border enzymes in the rat small intestine
  234. Molecular cloning of the mitogenic mannose/maltose-specific rhizome lectin fromCalystegia sepium
  235. Isolation and partial characterization of a small chitin-binding lectin from mistletoe (Viscum album)
  236. Purification, crystallization and preliminary X-ray analysis of a mannose-binding lectin from bluebell (Scilla campanulata) bulbs
  237. Colchicum autumnaleAgglutinin Activates All Murine T-Lymphocytes but Does Not Induce the Proliferation of All Activated Cells
  238. Isolation and cDNA cloning of an Em-like protein from mung bean (Vigna radiata) axes
  239. Lectin binding reveals divergent carbohydrate expression in human and mouse Peyer's patches
  240. The seed lectins of black locust (robinia pseudoacacia) are encoded by two genes which differ from the bark lectin genes
  241. A lectin and a lectin-related protein are the two most prominent proteins in the bark of yellow wood (Cladrastis lutea).
  242. The role of lectins in plant defence
  243. Lectins and also bacteria modify the glycosylation of gut surface receptors in the rat
  244. Expression of snowdrop lectin in transgenic tobacco plants results in added protection against aphids
  245. Comparative study of the post-translational processing of the mannose-binding lectins in the bulbs of garlic (Allium sativum L.) and ramsons (Allium ursinum L.)
  246. The monomeric and dimeric mannose-binding proteins from the Orchidaceae speciesListera ovata andEpipactis helleborine: sequence homologies and differences in biological activities
  247. Molecular cloning of mannose-binding lectins from Clivia miniata
  248. Interactions of plant lectins with the components of the bacterial cell wall peptidoglycan
  249. Use of the rice sucrose synthase-1 promoter to direct phloem-specific expression of β-glucuronidase and snowdrop lectin genes in transgenic tobacco plants
  250. Cloning and characterization of the lectin cDNA clones from onion, shallot and leek
  251. The mannose-specific lectins from ramsons (Allium ursinum L.) are encoded by three sets of genes
  252. The alpha-mannosyl-binding lectin from leaves of the orchid twayblade (Listera ovata). Application to separation of alpha-D-mannans from alpha-D-glucans
  253. Isolation and characterization of alliinase cDNA clones from garlic (Allium sativum L.) and related species
  254. The closely related homomeric and heterodimeric mannose-binding lectins from garlic are encoded by one-domain and two-domain lectin genes, respectively
  255. The mannose-specific plant lectins from Cymbidium hybrid and Epipactis helleborine and the (N-acetylglucosamine)n-specific plant lectin from Urtica dioica are potent and selective inhibitors of human immunodeficiency virus and cytomegalovirus replicati...
  256. New mannose-specific lectins from garlic (Allium sativum) and ramsons (Allium ursinum) bulbs
  257. Molecular cloning and characterization of multiple isoforms of the snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis L.) lectin
  258. Isolation and characterization of a seed lectin from elderberry (Sambucus nigra L.) and its relationship to the bark lectins
  259. A comparative study of mannose-binding lectins from the amaryllidaceae and alliaceae
  260. Developmental changes and tissue distribution of lectin inGalanthus nivalis L. andNarcissus cv. Carlton
  261. Carbohydrate-binding specificity of the daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus) and amaryllis (Hippeastrum hybr.) bulb lectins
  262. Isolectins in Narcissus: complexity, inter- and intraspecies differences and developmental control
  263. Relationship between Survival and Binding of Plant Lectins during Small Intestinal Passage and Their Effectiveness as Growth Factors
  264. Developmental changes and tissue distribution of lectin in Tulipa
  265. Purification and properties of anN-acetylgalactosamine specific lectin from the plant pathogenic fungusRhizoctonia solani
  266. Isolation and characterization of a lectin with exclusive specificity towards mannose from snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis) bulbs