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Carbohydrate Research
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.617
Citation Impact (citeScore): 2
Number of Followers: 26  
 
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ISSN (Print) 0008-6215 - ISSN (Online) 0008-6215
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  • Dehydrative glycosidations of 2-deoxysugar derivatives catalyzed by an
           arylboronic ester
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 15 October 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Sanjay Manhas, Mark S. Taylor An N-methylpyridinium-4-boronic ester acts as a catalyst for dehydrative glycosidations of 2-deoxy sugar-derived hemiacetals. The catalytic protocol is tolerant of functionalized acceptors, including alcohols bearing isopropylidene ketal, tert-butyl carbamate or benzyl carbamate groups. The results demonstrate that organoboron-catalyzed substitution reactions of alcohols, which have previously been conducted on π-activated (benzylic, allylic or propargylic) substrates, can also be used to achieve C–O bond formation from carbohydrate-derived hemiacetals.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
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    • Abstract: Publication date: November 2018Source: Carbohydrate Research, Volume 469Author(s):
       
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    • Abstract: Publication date: November 2018Source: Carbohydrate Research, Volume 469Author(s):
       
  • Corrigendum to “Synthesis of glyceryl glycosides related to A-type
           prymnesin toxins” Carbohydr. Res. 463 (2018) 14-23
    • Abstract: Publication date: December 2018Source: Carbohydrate Research, Volume 470Author(s): Edward S. Hems, Sergey A. Nepogodiev, Martin Rejzek, Robert A. Field
       
  • The use of the novel glycosyl acceptor and supramer analysis in the
           synthesis of sialyl-α(2–3)-galactose building block
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 9 October 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Marina O. Nagornaya, Anna V. Orlova, Elena V. Stepanova, Alexander I. Zinin, Tatiana V. Laptinskaya, Leonid O. Kononov A new glycosyl acceptor to be used in sialylation was designed as a 3-hydroxy derivative of 4-methoxyphenyl β-d-galactopyranoside with 2-O-acetyl group and O-4 and O-6 protected as benzylidene acetal. Two alternative syntheses of this compound were compared. Sialylation of 3-OH group of the glycosyl acceptor with O-chloroacetylated N-trifluoroacetylneuraminic acid phenyl thioglycoside (NIS, TfOH, MeCN, MS 3 Å, −40 °C) was studied in a wide concentration range (2–150 mmol L−1). The outcome of sialylation generally followed the predictions of supramer analysis of solutions of sialyl donor in MeCN, which was performed by polarimetry and static light scattering and revealed two concentration ranges differing in solution structure and the structures of supramers of glycosyl donor. The optimized conditions of sialylation (C = 50 mmol L−1) were used to synthesize protected Neu-α(2–3)-Gal disaccharide (78%, α:β = 13:1), which was then converted to sialyl-α(2–3)-galactose imidate building block useful for the synthesis of complex sialo-oligosaccharides.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Synthesis and Photophysical Studies on
           
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 28 September 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Smriti Srivastava, Vipin K. Maikhuri, Rajesh Kumar, Kapil Bohra, Harbansh Singla, Jyotirmoy Maity, Ashok K. Prasad A series of eight N1-(2′-O,4′-C-methylene-β-D-ribofuranonucleoside-3′-yl)-C4-(coumarin-7-oxymethyl)-1,2,3-triazoles have been synthesized by Cu(I)-catalyzed azide-alkyne cycloaddition reaction of 3′-azido-3′-deoxy-2′-O,4′-C-methyleneuridine and 3′-azido-3′-deoxy-2′-O,4′-C-methylene-5-methyluridine with 7-propargyloxy coumarins in 82–88% yields. The synthesized coumarintriazolyl-bicyclonucleoside conjugates possess an extra bridge between 2′-O and 4′-C in the nucleoside moiety, which facilitates its pre-organization into N-type sugar puckering. This was confirmed by X-ray crystal structure studies on one of the conjugates, i.e. on N1-(3′-deoxy-2′-O,4′-C-methylene-5-methyluridin-3′-yl)-C4-(4-phenylcoumarin-7-oxymethyl)-1,2,3-triazole. Photophy-sical studies carried out on the synthesized compounds demonstrate that they possess useful level of fluorescence with Stokes shift of approximately 70 nm.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Synthesis of the tetrasaccharide related to the repeating unit of the
           O-antigen from Azospirillum brasilense Jm125A2 in the form of its
           2-aminoethyl glycoside
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 28 September 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Vikramjit Sarkar, Balaram Mukhopadhyay Total chemical synthesis of the linear tetrasaccharide repeating unit β-D-Glc-(1 → 2)-α-L-Rha-(1 → 3)-α-L-Rha-(1 → 2)-α-L-Rha-CH2CH2NH2 of the O-antigen from Azospirillum brasilense Jm125A2 is accomplished through rational protecting group manipulations of commercially available monosaccharides and stereoselective glycosylations. The target tetrasaccharide in the form of its 2-aminoethyl glycoside is obtained in ∼24% yield over 10 steps following a linear strategy. The structure is particularly suitable for further glycoconjugate formation through the terminal free amine without hampering the reducing end stereochemistry.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Synthesis of thiomaltooligosaccharides by a thio-click approach
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 27 September 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): László Lázár, Anikó Borbás, László Somsák Phenyl 2,3,6,2′,3′,6′-hexa-O-acetyl-4′-S-acetyl-1,4,4′-trithio-β-d-maltoside and its tri-, tetra- and pentasaccharide homologues were prepared by completely regio- and stereoselective photoinitiated thiol-ene coupling reactions of 2-acetoxy-glucal and 4-thioglucose type reaction partners. Complex protecting group strategies could be avoided since all thiols and glucals were prepared from a single starting material, phenyl 2,3,6-tri-O-acetyl-4-S-acetyl-1,4-dithio-β-d-glucopyranoside. The method represents a simple alternative to the known syntheses of similar products.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Investigation of the H-bond-mediated aglycone delivery reaction in
           application to the synthesis of β-glucosides
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 22 September 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Michael P. Mannino, Jagodige P. Yasomanee, Alexei V. Demchenko In an attempt to refine the H-bond-mediated Aglycone Delivery (HAD) glycosylation reaction reported herein is the synthesis of β-glucosides using an ethylthio glucoside donor equipped with the remote 6-O-picoloyl substituent. Upon examining various aliphatic, aromatic, and carbohydrate acceptors, it was determined that both electronic and steric factors may greatly affect the stereoselectivity of the HAD reaction with this donor.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Recent advances in the enzymatic synthesis of sugar-nucleotides using
           nucleotidylyltransferases and glycosyltransferases
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 14 September 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Sanaz Ahmadipour, Laura Beswick, Gavin J. MillerGraphical abstractSugar-nucleotides are imperative to carbohydrate metabolism and glycoconjugate biosynthesis. Enzymatic methods to access these key materials offer a powerful alternative to traditional chemical synthesis routes. Herein we review recent advances in the enzymatic pyrophosphorylation of glycosyl 1-phosphates for the provision of both native and modified sugar-nucleotides.Image 1
       
  • A sulfated galactofucan from the brown alga Hormophysa
           cuneiformis
    (Fucales, Sargassaceae)
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 8 September 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Maria I. Bilan, Nadezhda E. Ustyuzhanina, Alexander S. Shashkov, Thanh Thi Thu Thuy, Bui Minh Ly, Tran Thi Thanh Van, Bui Van Nguyen, Nikolay E. Nifantiev, Anatolii I. Usov The brown alga Hormophysa cuneiformis collected from the coastal waters of Vietnam was used to isolate a mixture of sulfated polysaccharides FHC, which was fractionated further by anion-exchange chromatography on DEAE-Sephacel. The main fraction F3 eluted with 1.5 M NaCl contained essentially l-fucose, d-galactose and sulfate and has very complex NMR spectra. Desulfation to obtain F3deS followed by Smith degradation to obtain F3deS-Sm was used to simplify the structure of F3, and all these preparations were characterized by methylation analysis and NMR spectra. A linear (1 → 3)-linked backbone built up of α-l-fucopyranose residues was identified as the main structural motif of molecules. Some fucose residues attached to position 4 of its 3-linked neighbor were found as branches. Galactose residues having both α- and β-configurations were found mostly at the periphery of molecules. They are present as (1 → 6)-linked disaccharide of two β-d-Galp attached to position 4 of the backbone or as single α-d-Galp attached to the same position. Sulfate groups in F3 may probably occupy any positions of the molecule. F3 acts as anticoagulant and is about half as active as the standard low-molecular mass heparin (enoxaparin). FHC was practically inactive in cytotoxicity test against six human cancer cell lines.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • A novel thermostable β-1,3-1,4-glucanase from Thermoascus aurantiacus and
           its application in oligosaccharide production from oat bran
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 5 September 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Qaojuan Yan, Hongye Yang, Zhengqiang Jiang, Erwei Liu, Shaoqing Yang Fermentation conditions for β-1,3-1,4-glucanase (TaGlu34) production in submerged culture by a thermophilic fungus, Thermoascus aurantiacus CAU830 were optimized. The highest enzyme activity of 3741 U/mL was obtained, and the crude enzyme was purified to homogeneity with a purification fold of 7.3 and a recovery yield of 11.6%. The molecular mass of the purified enzyme was estimated to be approximately 34 kDa on SDS-PAGE. TaGlu34 was most active at pH 6.0 and 75 °C, respectively. It showed excellent thermostability with thermal denaturing half-lives of 209, 130 and 69 min at 50, 60 and 70 °C, respectively. TaGlu34 exhibited strict substrate specificity towards barley β-glucan (13,527 U/mg), oat β-glucan (12,502 U/mg) and lichenan (9225 U/mg), but displayed no activity on other tested polysaccharides including laminarin, xylan, pullulan, CMC and starch. TaGlu34 hydrolyzed barley β-glucan and lichenan to yield both mainly disaccharide and trisaccharide, suggesting that it should be an endo type β-1,3-1,4-glucanase. Furthermore, TaGlu34 efficiently degraded the β-glucan component in oat bran to produce mainly oligosaccharides with degrees of polymerization (DP) 3–5, with the highest conversion ratio of 47.1%. The high yield and excellent enzymatic properties of TaGlu34 may make it a good candidate in industries.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • 5-Benzoyl triazole as new structural dimension in glycoconjugates
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 31 August 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Laxminarayan Sahoo, Soumya Kundu, Anadi Singhamahapatra, Naresh K. Jena, Ganesh C. Nayak, Satyanarayan Sahoo In recent years, 1,4-triazole rings are being widely used for the synthesis of carbohydrate derived biomimetics, due to their easy synthesis and wide range of functional group compatibility. These triazole rings lead to synthetic molecules with improved enzymetic stability, bioavailability, and structural diversity. In this present work, a benzoyl group has been introduced at the C-5 position of the triazole ring present in the synthetic glycoconjugates providing further structural diversity to the molecule. 5-Benzoyl 1,4-triazole ring containing glycoconjugates were synthesized using Cu(I) catalyzed [3 + 2] cycloaddition reaction of per-O-acetylated glycopyranosyl azide and phenyl acetylene followed by in situ electrophilic addition of benzoyl group to the Cu(I) coordinated triazole intermediate. The X-ray crystal structure of one of the 5-Benzoyl 1,4-triazole linked glycoconjugate derived from d-xylose {1-N-(2,3,4-tri-O-acetyl-β-d-xylopyranosyl)-4-phenyl-5-benzoyl-1,2,3-triazole} showed unique pattern of intermolecular CH…O interactions arranging the molecules in an anti-parallel orientation. The structure and morphology of the compounds were further explored using computational calculation and scanning electron microscopic (SEM) study which firmly establishes the uniqueness of 5-benzoyl 1,4-triazole linked glycoconjugates compared to that of 5-H 1,4-triazole linked derivative.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Functionalized glycolipids for potential bioconjugation of vesicles
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 30 August 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Mojtaba Tabandeh, Ean Wai Goh, Abbas Abdulameer Salman, Thorsten Heidelberg, Rusnah Syahila Duali Hussen Two azide-terminated oligoethylene oxide spacered glycolipids have been synthesized, and their assembly behavior has been studied in comparison to the corresponding base surfactants. The results suggest potential of the Guerbet lactoside-based compound for targeted drug delivery, while a coiling of the ethylene oxide linker disfavors the application of the glucoside.Graphical abstractAzido-ethylene oxide spacered glycolipids as anchors for targeted vesicular drug delivery.Image 1
       
  • Practical synthesis of active O-2-(2-propylsulfinyl)benzyl (OPSB)
           glycosides via a catalytic and metal free oxidation of latent
           O-2-(2-propylthiol)benzyl (OPTB) glycosides
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 24 August 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Ying Xiao, Zimin Lu, Xiang Zhao, Pingru Wu, Wei Chen, Ruobing Wang, Jing Zeng, Qian Wan A catalytic and metal free sulfoxidation of O-2-(2-propylthiol)benzyl (OPTB) glycosides to O-2-(2-propylsulfinyl)benzyl (OPSB) glycosides has been developed by introducing NOBF4 as catalyst, oxygen as terminal oxidant and TBAB as additive. Wide variety of OPTB glycosides were efficiently oxidized without observation of over oxidation. The allowance of large scale synthesis, easy operation and purification highlighted its practical application in construction of complex oligosaccharides and glycoconjugates employing interrupted Pummerer reaction mediated glycosylation strategy.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Identification and characterization of a novel KG42 xylanase (GH10 family)
           isolated from the black goat rumen-derived metagenomic library
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 22 August 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Hye-Bin Kim, Kyung-Tai Lee, Min-Ju Kim, Jin-Sung Lee, Keun-Sung Kim This study was conducted to isolate and functionally characterize a novel xylan-degrading enzyme from the microbial metagenomes of black goat rumens. A novel gene, KG42, was isolated from one of the 17 xylan-degrading metagenomic fosmid clones obtained from black goat rumens. The KG42 gene, comprising a 1107 bp open reading frame, encodes a protein composed of 368 amino acids (41 kDa) with a glycosyl hydrolase family 10 (GH10) domain, consisting of a “salad-bowl” shaped tertiary structure (a typical 8-fold α/β barrel (α/β)8) and two catalytic residues. KG42 xylanase protein has at best 40% sequence identity with other homologous GH10 xylanase proteins. The enzyme displayed its optimum activity at pH 5.0 and 50 °C. The enzyme was thermally stable at pH and temperature ranges of 5.0–10.0 and 20–60 °C, respectively. Substrate specificity and hydrolytic patterns implied that the KG42 xylanase functions as an endo-β-1,4-xylanase (EC 3.2.1.8). The KG42 xylanase was also used for the preparation of bifidogenic xylan hydrolysates, demonstrating its potential applications toward preparing prebiotic xylooligosaccharides.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Selectivity of original C-Hexopyranosyl Calix[4]arene conjugates towards
           lectins of different origin
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 21 August 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Martina Kašáková, Lenka Malinovská, Tomáš Klejch, Martina Hlaváčková, Hana Dvořáková, Eva Fujdiarová, Zdeňka Rottnerová, Olga Maťátková, Pavel Lhoták, Michaela Wimmerová, Jitka Moravcová As a part of ongoing activities towards the design of ligands against pathogenic lectins, a synthesis of original α-C-galacto/α-C-manno/α-C-fucopyranosyl glycomimetics based on a calix [4]arene scaffold and their binding evaluation is described. The interactions of the glycomimetics with seven lectins of various origins were carried out using agglutination inhibition assays. The 1,3-alternate tetra-C-fucosylated ligand and its derivative having a tertBu group at the upper rim of the calix [4]arene scaffold were the most potent towards the AAL lectin family (RSL, AFL, AAL, AOL) and BC2L-C. As AFL and RSL originate from important human (Aspergillus fumigatus) and plant (Ralstonia solanacearum) pathogens, the inhibition potency of both leading structures was assessed by surface plasmon resonance. With AFL, both structures exhibited an approximately three orders of magnitude increase in affinity compared to the reference l-fucose. The role of tertBu groups as “aglycon-assisted” events was illustrated by NMR. Furthermore, both compounds showed significant increased ability to inhibit BC2L-C (from human pathogen Burkholderia cenocepacia) cell agglutination and were able to cross-link whole B. cenocepacia cells. Although the ligands failed to significantly inhibit the agglutination activity of LecA and LecB from Pseudomonas aeruginosa, tetra-C-galactosylated calix [4]arene with tertBu groups at the upper rim of the 1,3-alternate conformation inhibited P. aeruginosa biofilm formation efficiently. This systematic and comprehensive study highlights the fact that hydrolytically stable polyvalent C-glycomimetics should be regarded as potent and selective ligands capable of acting as antiadhesive agents.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Structure of a lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase from Aspergillus
           fumigatus and an engineered thermostable variant
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 14 August 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Leila Lo Leggio, Cecilia D. Weihe, Jens-Christian N Poulsen, Matt Sweeney, Frank Rasmussen, Janine Lin, Leonardo De Maria, Mark Wogulis Lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases (LPMOs) are industrial enzymes which are gaining use in second generation bioethanol production from lignocellulose by acting in synergy with glycoside hydrolases. Here we present the X-ray crystal structure of an AA9 fungal LPMO from Aspergillus fumigatus and a variant which has been shown to have better performance at elevated temperatures. Based on the structures, thermal denaturation data and theoretical calculations, we provide a suggestion for the structural basis of the improved stability.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • The alginate lyase from Isoptericola halotolerans CGMCC 5336 as a new tool
           for the production of alginate oligosaccharides with guluronic acid as
           reducing end
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 12 July 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Yanjun Chen, Wenfang Dou, Heng Li, Jinsong Shi, Zhenghong Xu Alginate oligosaccharides are depolymerization production of alginate by enzymatic degradation or physicochemical treatments. Alginate lyase has been concerned due to its use in oligosaccharide preparation. The substrate specificity of alginate lyase directly determines the type and degree of polymerization of alginate oligosaccharides. In this paper, the degradation products of Alginate lyase from Isoptericola halotolerans CGMCC 5336 were size-fractionated by gel filtration chromatography and the fractions were characterized by TLC, HPLC, MS and 1H NMR spectroscopy. The Mw values for these fractions were 352, 528, 704 Da and indicating di-, tri-, and tetrasaccharide fragments, respectively. The 1H NMR revealed that the non-reducing ends of these oligosaccharides were 4-deoxy-L-erythro-hex-4-enepyranosyluronate and the reducing ends these oligosaccharides were all guluronic acid. Therefore, we believed that the alginate lyase produced by Isoptericola halotolerans CGMCC 5336 was capable of performing β elimination on G residue and we can prepare low molecular weight oligosaccharides with guluronic acid on the reducing end in this way.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
  • Theoretical studies of the pyranose ring under mechanical stress
    • Abstract: Publication date: Available online 21 April 2018Source: Carbohydrate ResearchAuthor(s): Krzysztof Wolinski, Agnieszka Brzyska In this work we use our Enforced Geometry Optimization (EGO) method to investigate conformational transitions in the pyranose ring under mechanical stress caused by external forces. We examine possible transitions and/or inversions induced by external forces in the pyranose ring in the chair conformation with two axial glycosidic bonds. The results obtained provide new insight into the mechanism of the conformational transitions which strongly depends on substituents present in a pyranose ring. We also conclude that interpretation of AFM force-extension curves is not necessarily straightforward; not every plateau there corresponds to a conformational transition and not every transition can be clearly seen as a plateau.Graphical abstractImage 1
       
 
 
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