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Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids in Glycoscience: Opportunities and Challenges#

In addition, they have been widely used as green solvents, catalysts, or both in a variety of biologically useful molecules in a variety of organic transformation techniques for convenient access to a variety of biologically relevant molecules in a variety of biologically active substances, thanks to their unique characteristics of Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids, including high-yield, short reaction time, quick mixing, excellent recyclability, and environmentally friendly nature.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2174/1385272825666210706125411


The Crossroads of Glycoscience, Infection, and Immunology

Both these fields are closely linked when microbial infection promotes host immune responses, and glycan structures are integral in the processes that occur during all such encounters. Microbial glycans mediate host-pathogen interactions by acting as surface receptors or ligands, acting as virulence factors, impeding host immune responses, or playing other roles in the conflict between host and microbe. In the context of the host, glycosylation promotes cell–cell interactions that promote and regulate the host response, as well as modulating the effects of antibodies and soluble immune mediators.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2021.731008

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