His primary areas of investigation include Ganglioside, Biochemistry, Sialic acid, Cell biology and Glycolipid. Robert K. Yu has researched Ganglioside in several fields, including Immunology, Neuraminic acid, Chromatography, Human brain and Monoclonal antibody. His studies deal with areas such as Myelin and Central nervous system as well as Biochemistry.
His work carried out in the field of Sialic acid brings together such families of science as Methanol, Neuraminidase, Fatty acid, Stereochemistry and Oligosaccharide. He combines subjects such as Thin-layer chromatography, Embryonic stem cell and Antibody with his study of Glycolipid. His Antibody study which covers Molecular biology that intersects with Immunostaining.
Biochemistry, Ganglioside, Glycolipid, Molecular biology and Sialic acid are his primary areas of study. Robert K. Yu combines topics linked to Myelin with his work on Biochemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Internal medicine, Central nervous system, Immunology, Chromatography and Cell biology.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Glycolipid, Antigen is strongly linked to Antibody. His study in Molecular biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Complementary DNA, Gene expression and Gene. His Sialic acid study combines topics in areas such as Oligosaccharide and Stereochemistry.
Robert K. Yu focuses on Ganglioside, Biochemistry, Cell biology, Molecular biology and Cell culture. His Ganglioside research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Neuraminidase, Embryonal carcinoma, Nervous system, Myelin and Glycosyltransferase. His work in Enzyme, Sialyltransferase, Sialidase, Glycolipid and Transfection is related to Biochemistry.
His Cell biology research includes elements of Neurosphere, Cellular differentiation and Neuroscience. The Molecular biology study combines topics in areas such as CAAT box, Gene expression, Complementary DNA, Promoter and Gene. The various areas that Robert K. Yu examines in his Cell culture study include In vitro, Cell growth, Downregulation and upregulation, Glycosphingolipid and Hamster.
Robert K. Yu mostly deals with Ganglioside, Cell biology, Biochemistry, Cell culture and Molecular biology. His research in Ganglioside intersects with topics in High performance thin layer chromatography, Chromatography, Cell adhesion, Cytotoxic T cell and Growth factor receptor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Neurosphere, Neuroscience, Cellular differentiation and P19 cell in addition to Cell biology.
His Cell culture research integrates issues from Pathology, Sphingolipid, In vitro and Hamster. He has included themes like Gene expression, Gene knockdown, Cell growth, Downregulation and upregulation and Melanoma in his Molecular biology study. His Glycolipid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Glycoprotein, Nervous system, Myelin, Receptor and Cellular localization.
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Gangliosides of human myelin: sialosylgalactosylceramide (G7) as a major component.
Robert Ledeen;R. K. Yu;L. F. Eng.
Journal of Neurochemistry (1973)
High-performance thin-layer chromatography and densitometric determination of brain ganglioside compositions of several species.
Susumu Ando;Nan Chen Chang;Robert K. Yu.
Analytical Biochemistry (1978)
Analysis of brain lipids by high performance thin-layer chromatography and densitometry.
Lawrence J. Macala;Robert K. Yu;Susumu Ando.
Journal of Lipid Research (1983)
Gangliosides of human, bovine, and rabbit plasma
Robert K. Yu;Robert W. Ledeen.
Journal of Lipid Research (1972)
Gas–liquid chromatographic assay of lipid-bound sialic acids: measurement of gangliosides in brain of several species
Robert K. Yu;Robert W. Ledeen.
Journal of Lipid Research (1970)
Developmental Changes in Ganglioside Composition and Synthesis in Embryonic Rat Brain
Robert K. Yu;Lawrence J. Macala;Takao Taki;Henry M. Weinfeld.
Journal of Neurochemistry (1988)
Role of tumor-associated gangliosides in cancer progression.
S Birklé;G Zeng;L Gao;R.K Yu.
High-resolution proton NMR studies of gangliosides. 1. Use of homonuclear two-dimensional spin-echo J-correlated spectroscopy for determination of residue composition and anomeric configurations.
Theodore A. W. Koerner;James H. Prestegard;Peter C. Demou;Robert K. Yu.
GD3 Vaccines for Melanoma: Superior Immunogenicity of Keyhole Limpet Hemocyanin Conjugate Vaccines
Friedhelm Helling;Ann Shang;Michele Calves;Shengle Zhang.
Cancer Research (1994)
Gangliosides GM1 and GD1b are antigens for IgM M-protein in a patient with motor neuron disease.
L Freddo;R K Yu;N Latov;P D Donofrio.
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