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Attachment-informed Supervision for Social Work Field Education
Supervisory relationships present a new population for the application of attachment theory, and conceptualization of attachment-informed supervision training offers a new direction for study. ThisExpand
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ABSTRACTThis article focuses on the relevance of attachment theory and research in the conceptualization and treatment of pathological narcissism. It is proposed that the relational context ofExpand
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The Interface of Attachment, Transference, and Countertransference: Implications for the Clinical Supervisory Relationship
This paper examines how attachment processes interface with transference and countertransference dynamics that emerge through parallel process in the supervisor–therapist–client triadic relationship.Expand
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A reagent-controlled SN2-glycosylation for the direct synthesis of β-linked 2-deoxy-sugars.
The efficient and stereoselective construction of glycosidic linkages remains one of the most formidable challenges in organic chemistry. This is especially true in cases such as β-linkedExpand
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Chemoenzymatic elaboration of monosaccharides using engineered cytochrome P450BM3 demethylases
Polysaccharides comprise an extremely important class of biopolymers that play critical roles in a wide range of biological processes, but the synthesis of these compounds is challenging because ofExpand
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Sugar-assisted ligation of N-linked glycopeptides with broad sequence tolerance at the ligation junction.
A novel method for the synthesis of N-linked glycopeptides using the sugar-assisted ligation strategy from cysteine free peptides is presented. The ligation junction tolerates a variety of aminoExpand
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Advances in glycoprotein synthesis.
The development of chemical and enzymatic methods for the synthesis of homogeneous glycoproteins is a fascinating challenge at the interface between chemistry and biology. Discussed here are theExpand
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Reagent controlled β-specific dehydrative glycosylation reactions with 2-deoxy-sugars.
N-Sulfonyl imidazoles activate 2-deoxy-sugar hemiacetals for glycosylation presumably by converting them into glycosyl sulfonates in situ. By matching the leaving group ability of the sulfonate withExpand
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Sugar-assisted glycopeptide ligation with complex oligosaccharides: scope and limitations.
We have previously shown sugar-assisted ligation (SAL) to be a useful method for the convergent construction of glycopeptides. However to date SAL has only been carried out on systems where the thiolExpand
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Methods for 2-Deoxyglycoside Synthesis
Deoxy-sugars often play a critical role in modulating the potency of many bioactive natural products. Accordingly, there has been sustained interest in methods for their synthesis over the pastExpand
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