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A synthetic globotriaosylceramide analogue inhibits HIV-1 infection in vitro by two mechanisms

Glycoconjugate Journal – DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10719-010-9297-y Summary: Toronto University shows Inhibition of HIV virus infection with FSL-GB3 Harrison, AL, Olsson ML, Brad Jones R, Ramkumar S, Sakac D, Binnington B, Henry S, Lingwood CA, Branch DR. A synthetic globotriaosylceramide analogue inhibits HIV-1 infection in vitro by two mechanisms. Glycobiology (2010); 27(5):… Read More »A synthetic globotriaosylceramide analogue inhibits HIV-1 infection in vitro by two mechanisms

Novel antibody screening cells, MUT+Mur kodecytes, created by attaching peptides onto red blood cells

Transfusion Open Access – https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1537-2995.2009.02480.x Summary: Asian blood group antigens (FSL-peptides) used to create diagnostic assay Heathcote D, Carroll T, Wang JJ, Flower R, Rodionov I, Tuzikov A, Bovin N & Henry S. Novel antibody screening cells, MUT+Mur kodecytes, created by attaching peptides onto red blood cells. Transfusion (2010); 50(3):… Read More »Novel antibody screening cells, MUT+Mur kodecytes, created by attaching peptides onto red blood cells

Modification of red blood cells for laboratory quality control use

Current Opinion in Hematology: DOI:10.1097/MOH.0b013e328331257e Summary: Review of the use of kodecytes as QC cells. First use of term kodecyte. Henry S. Modification of red blood cells for laboratory quality control use. Current Opinion in Hematology (2009); 16(6): 467-472 Abstract Purpose of review  This review describes the current state-of-the-art with… Read More »Modification of red blood cells for laboratory quality control use

Synthetic glycolipid modification of red blood cell membranes

OPEN ACCESS – https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1537-2995.2007.01204.x Summary: FSLs used to create ABO, Lewis modified red cells Frame T, Carroll T, Korchagina E, Bovin N, Henry S. Synthetic glycolipid modification of red blood cell membranes. Transfusion (2007); 47(5): 876-882 Abstract BACKGROUND: Glycolipids have a natural ability to insert into red cell (RBC) membranes.… Read More »Synthetic glycolipid modification of red blood cell membranes