Published in Hospital Law Weekly, August 14th, 2008
"To test this, we synthesized two monosaccharide polymers (Mon-Pols) made of Mannose (Man-Pol) or Galactose (Gal-Pol) covalently coupled to Dextran (70kDa) and used them as lectin affinity probes. In situ intracoronary infusion of both polymers resulted in CELM-binding but only Man-Pol caused a reduction in flow-induced positive inotropism and dromotropism. To demonstrate that our lectinic probes could bind to CELM lectins, a representative CELM...
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