Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry
Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry Series, Vol. 74

Director of collection: Baker David C.

Language: Anglais
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Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry, Volume 74, presents a definitive interpretation of the current status and future trends in carbohydrate chemistry and biochemistry. Since its inception in 1945, the series has provided critical and informative articles written by research specialists that integrate the industrial, analytical and technological aspects of biochemistry, organic chemistry and instrumentation methodology to the study of carbohydrates.



  • Features contributions from leading authorities and industry experts who specialize in carbohydrate chemistry, biochemistry and research
  • Integrates the industrial, analytical and technological aspects of biochemistry, organic chemistry and instrumentation methodology in the study of carbohydrates
  • Informs and updates on all the latest developments in the field
    1. Hyaluronan and Hyaluronan Fragments
    2. Mary K. Cowman

    3. Application of Porous Materials to Carbohydrate Chemistry and Glycoscience
    4. Keith J. Stine

    5. The Synthesis and Biological Characterization of Acetal-Free Mimics of the Tumor-Associated Carbohydrate Antigens

Seyed I. Sadraei, Michael Reynolds and John F. Trant

Researchers in biochemistry, organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry and instrumentation methodology.
Prof. David C. Baker has a broad research and teaching experience in the organic and medicinal chemistry of the carbohydrates, including nucleosides and cell-surface carbohydrates that are documented in over 200 publications, presentations, and patents. He was elected a Fellow of the American Chemical Society where he has been active principally in the Division of Carbohydrate Chemistry.