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LCOs (lipochitin oligosaccharides, Nod factors) produced by the rhizobial symbiote of Vicia sativa subsp. nigra (vetch, an indeterminate-type nodulating plant) are mitogenic when carrying an 18:4 acyl chain but not when carrying an 18:1 acyl chain. This suggests that the 18:4 acyl chain specifically contributes to signaling in indeterminate-type nodulation.… (More)
Replacement of the highly basic benzamidine moiety with moderate basic amino-bicycloaryl moieties in a series of thrombin inhibitors related to NAPAMP provided potent enzyme inhibition and significant improvements in membrane transport and oral bioavailability.
In this paper, we report the synthesis of 'non-glycosamino' glycan analogues 5-10 of the antithrombin III binding pentasaccharide 1. Pentasaccharides 5-10 feature a pseudo-alternating EFGH tetrasaccharide sequence, that is, the disaccharide fragments EF and GH have the same substitution pattern. In the synthetic strategy applied for the synthesis of… (More)
Replacement of the highly basic benzamidine moiety of NAPAP by the moderately basic 1-aminoisoquinoline moiety resulted in thrombin inhibitors with improved selectivity towards trypsin and enhanced Caco-2 cell permeability.