Antivirale eigenschaften mikrobieller polysaccharide — ein überblick

  title={Antivirale eigenschaften mikrobieller polysaccharide — ein {\"u}berblick},
  author={A. G. Kovalenko},
  journal={Zentralblatt f{\"u}r Mikrobiologie},
  • A. Kovalenko
  • Published 1987
  • Chemistry
  • Zentralblatt für Mikrobiologie
4 Citations

Antiviral Activity of the Glucan Lichenan (Poly-β(→ 3,1 → 4)D-anhydroglucose).: 2. Studies on the Mode of Action

Although less inhibitory than lichenan, there were other mixed-linkage β-glticans (schizophylian, pacbytnan, laminaran, barley-β-glucan) causing antiviral effects, in contrast, pustulan as well as glucans of the a-coniiguration were ineffective.

Structural Diversity and Functional Versatility of Polysaccharides

Microbial polysaccharides represent a plentiful, but so far only scarcely exploited reservoir of unique, multifunctional biopolymers. Advanced Methodologies for their structural characterization

Virus Resistance Induced with Mannan Sulphates in Hypersensitive Host Plants

MS-induced resistance resembles localized resistance induced by TMV in hypersensitive tobacco plants and could serve as an experimental model for study of the latter.



Inhibition of acquired resistance to tobacco mosaic virus by actinomycin D.

Summary In tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum cv. Xanthi-nc) actinomycin D inhibits the resistance to tobacco mosaic virus that is induced by polyacrylic acid or by earlier infection with potato virus Y.

Partial Purification and Preliminary Characterization of Soluble Leaf Proteins Specific to Virus Infected Tobacco Plants

Evidence is provided that the ‘b’ proteins are not normal constituents of healthy tobacco leaves, and results of treatment of the proteins with SDS and subsequent separation by gel electrophoresis in the presence of SDS suggest that b1, b2 and b3 are composed of the same monomer.

Induction of antiviral resistance in Nicotiana glutinosa plants by treatment with Trichothecium polysaccharide and its reversal by actinomycin D.

Summary Trichothecium polysaccharide induced local and systemic resistance to infection by tobacco mosaic virus when applied to Nicotiana glutinosa leaves two days before virus inoculation. The