Cross-linking glucose to proteins?

khansh at CCMAIL.APLDBIO.COM khansh at CCMAIL.APLDBIO.COM
Fri May 5 13:04:42 EST 1995


     The best way to attach Glucose to primary amine is reductive 
     amination.  There are literally thousands of references.  Some common 
     books which are usually found in every library are:
     
     Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 242 and 247
     
     Neoglycoproteins (Eds. Y.C. Lee and R.T. Lee), Academic Press, 1994.
     ISBN 0-12-440585-1
     QP552.G59N46
     
     Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry, Vol 37 (1980)
     Chapter by Lee et al., page 225-281
     
     Any undergraduate organic chemistry book will have a section on 
     reductive amination.
     
     Good Luck!
     
     
     -Shaheer Khan-
     Perkin Elmer, Applied Biosystems Division
     Foster City, CA
     


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Subject: Cross-linking glucose to proteins?
Author:  ingen at Rt66.com at CCMAIL
Date:    5/5/95 10:39 AM


Hi all,
     
I would like to cross-link glucose molecules to carboxyl or primary amino 
groups.  Could somebody suggest reliable methods or refernces?  Thanks.
     
In C. Kim, Ph.D.
     
     




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