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  • noun biochemistry An amino sugar derived from mannose


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  • Even though, D-mannosamine did not affect the cell-viability or the overall colony morphology of the treated

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  • M. bovis BCG (data not shown), experiments were carried out to assess the cell wall composition of D-mannosamine treated

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  • In this regard, investigators have extensively utilized D-mannosamine, an inhibitor of PIM biosynthesis, as a tool, to identify α-mannosyltransferases involved in PIM biosynthesis

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  • Figure S13C clearly demonstrates that treatment of M. bovis BCG with D-mannosamine resulted in marked reduction in PIM2 presence in

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  • Importantly, D-mannosamine treated M. bovis BCG fails to trigger the nuclear localization of Hes1, a Notch1 target gene product as well as the induced expression of COX-2 and MMP-9 (data not shown &

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