Glycosciences.DB structure entry #142: Glycosphingolipid GM1 / GM1a

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 2D Structure
Format: CarbBank LINUCS
b-D-Galp-(1-3)-b-D-GalpNAc-(1-4)+ | b-D-Galp-(1-4)-b-D-Glcp-(1-1)-Ceramide | a-D-Neup5Ac-(2-3)+
  Corresponding entries: 22
 Motifs: 2
 Trivial names
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 General Structure Data
 Composition
  NMR Carbon Chemical Shift Info
  PDB references: 1
  Literature references: 601

1 - 5 of 601 literature references


Reference #20517
Breimer ME; Säljö K; Barone A; Teneberg S
Glycosphingolipids of human embryonic stem cells.
Published 2017 in Glycoconj. J., 34: 713-723
Reference contains 30 structures

Reference #19426
Blaum BS; Frank M; Walker RC; Neu U; Stehle T
Complement Factor H and Simian Virus 40 bind the GM1 ganglioside in distinct conformations.
Published 2016 in Glycobiology, 26: 532-9
Reference contains 3 structures

Reference #20522
Schnaar RL; Gerardy-Schahn R; Hildebrandt H
Sialic acids in the brain: gangliosides and polysialic acid in nervous system development, stability, disease, and regeneration.
Published 2014 in Physiol. Rev., 94: 461-518
Reference contains 22 structures

Reference #17149
Stenmark P; Dupuy J; Imamura A; Kiso M; Stevens RC
Crystal structure of botulinum neurotoxin type A in complex with the cell surface co-receptor GT1b-insight into the toxin-neuron interaction.
Published 2008 in PLoS Pathog., 4: e1000129
Reference contains 5 structures

Reference #13589
Takamiya K; Yamamoto A; Furukawa K; Zhao J; Fukumoto S; Yamashiro S; Okada M; Haraguchi M; Shin M; Kishiwaka M; Shiku H; Aizawa S; Furukawa K
Complex gangliosides are essential in spermatogenesis of mice: Possible roles in the transport of testosterone
Published 1998 in Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 95: 12147-12152
Reference contains 6 structures

 Taxonomy: 20
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