Glycosciences.DB structure entry #219: Maltose

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a-D-Glcp-(1-4)-D-Glc
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  Literature references: 18

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Reference #21895
Kobayashi K; Shimizu H; Tanaka N; Kuramochi K; Nakai H; Nakajima M; Taguchi H
Characterization and structural analyses of a novel glycosyltransferase acting on the β-1,2-glucosidic linkages.
Published 2022 in J Biol Chem, 298: 101606
Reference contains 31 structures

Reference #21824
Nakamura S; Nihira T; Kurata R; Nakai H; Funane K; Park EY; Miyazaki T
Structure of a bacterial α-1,2-glucosidase defines mechanisms of hydrolysis and substrate specificity in GH65 family hydrolases.
Published 2021 in J Biol Chem, 297: 101366
Reference contains 14 structures

Reference #21453
Furze CM; Delso I; Casal E; Guy CS; Seddon C; Brown CM; Parker HL; Radhakrishnan A; Pacheco-Gomez R; Stansfeld PJ; Angulo J; Cameron AD; Fullam E
Structural basis of trehalose recognition by the mycobacterial LpqY-SugABC transporter.
Published 2021 in J Biol Chem, 296: 100307
Reference contains 13 structures

Reference #21655
Feller G; Bonneau M; Da Lage JL
Amyrel, a novel glucose-forming α-amylase from Drosophila with 4-α-glucanotransferase activity by disproportionation and hydrolysis of maltooligosaccharides.
Published 2021 in Glycobiology, 31: 1134-1144
Reference contains 10 structures

Reference #20781
van Wyk N; Drancourt M; Henrissat B; Kremer L
Current perspectives on the families of glycoside hydrolases of Mycobacterium tuberculosis: their importance and prospects for assigning function to unknowns.
Published 2017 in Glycobiology, 27: 112-122
Reference contains 6 structures

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