Her primary areas of investigation include Galectin, Biochemistry, Lectin, Glycan and Stereochemistry. Her Galectin study results in a more complete grasp of Cell biology. Her study in Biochemistry concentrates on Glycoconjugate, Ligand, Glycoprotein, Receptor and Glycosylation.
Her C-type lectin study in the realm of Lectin interacts with subjects such as Asialoglycoprotein receptor. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including In vitro, Bovine serum albumin and Targeted drug delivery. Her Stereochemistry study incorporates themes from Plasma protein binding, Galactose, Fucose, Dioclea grandiflora and Agglutinin.
Sabine André mostly deals with Galectin, Biochemistry, Lectin, Glycan and Cell biology. Her Galectin research includes themes of Cell, Galectin-3, Pathology, Molecular biology and Effector. All of her Biochemistry and Glycoprotein, Glycoconjugate, Agglutinin, Binding site and Plasma protein binding investigations are sub-components of the entire Biochemistry study.
Her study looks at the relationship between Lectin and topics such as Stereochemistry, which overlap with Molecular recognition. Her Glycan study combines topics in areas such as Sialic acid, Glycosylation and Computational biology. Much of her study explores Cell biology relationship to Cell growth.
Galectin, Biochemistry, Glycan, Lectin and Cell biology are her primary areas of study. Her Galectin research includes elements of Gene expression profiling, Crystallography, Glycoprotein and Gene, Blot. Her work on Epitope expands to the thematically related Biochemistry.
Her Glycan study incorporates themes from Glycosylation, Stereochemistry, Computational biology, Peptide and Effector. Her Lectin study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Glycoconjugate, Sequence and Ligand. Her research integrates issues of Wound healing, Molecular biology, Galectin-3 and Keratinocyte in her study of Cell biology.
Sabine André mainly focuses on Biochemistry, Glycan, Lectin, Galectin and Glycobiology. Her work on Transmembrane protein and Membrane as part of general Biochemistry study is frequently linked to Linker, bridging the gap between disciplines. The concepts of her Glycan study are interwoven with issues in Stereochemistry, Agglutinin, Epitope, Computational biology and Binding site.
Her studies in Lectin integrate themes in fields like Vesicle, Glycosylation, Sequence and Effector. The Glycosylation study combines topics in areas such as Cluster of differentiation, Antigen, Carbohydrate conformation, Glycoconjugate and Monoclonal antibody. Her Galectin study improves the overall literature in Cell biology.
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Galectin-3 marks activated macrophages in failure-prone hypertrophied hearts and contributes to cardiac dysfunction.
Umesh C. Sharma;Saraswati Pokharel;Thomas J. van Brakel;Jop H. van Berlo.
Chemical biology of the sugar code.
Hans-Joachim Gabius;Hans-Christian Siebert;Sabine André;Jesús Jiménez-Barbero.
Galectin-3 Precipitates as a Pentamer with Synthetic Multivalent Carbohydrates and Forms Heterogeneous Cross-linked Complexes
Nisar Ahmad;Hans J. Gabius;Sabine André;Herbert Kaltner.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2004)
From lectin structure to functional glycomics: principles of the sugar code
Hans-Joachim Gabius;Sabine André;Jesús Jiménez-Barbero;Antonio Romero.
Trends in Biochemical Sciences (2011)
The sugar code: functional lectinomics.
Hans-Joachim Gabius;Sabine André;Herbert Kaltner;Hans-Christian Siebert.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (2002)
N-acetyl-seryl-aspartyl-lysyl-proline prevents cardiac remodeling and dysfunction induced by galectin-3, a mammalian adhesion/growth-regulatory lectin
Yun He Liu;Martin D'Ambrosio;Tang Dong Liao;Hongmei Peng.
American Journal of Physiology-heart and Circulatory Physiology (2009)
Negative regulation of neuroblastoma cell growth by carbohydrate-dependent surface binding of galectin-1 and functional divergence from galectin-3.
Jürgen Kopitz;Carolina von Reitzenstein;Sabine André;Herbert Kaltner.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2001)
Endogenous lectins as targets for drug delivery.
N. Yamazaki;S. Kojima;N.V. Bovin;S. André.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (2000)
Galectins bind to the multivalent glycoprotein asialofetuin with enhanced affinities and a gradient of decreasing binding constants.
Tarun K. Dam;Hans J. Gabius;Sabine André;Herbert Kaltner.
Galectin-5 is bound onto the surface of rat reticulocyte exosomes and modulates vesicle uptake by macrophages
Céline Barrès;Lionel Blanc;Pascale Bette-Bobillo;Sabine André.
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