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  • noun Plural form of mannosidase.

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Examples

  • GH38 α − mannosidases are known to act with net retention of anomeric configuration; a mechanism in which a glycosyl-enzyme intermediate is flanked by oxocarbenium-ion like transition-states.

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  • Thompson AJ, Chavan S, Dinev Z, et al. (2009) Mechanistic insights into a calcium-dependent family of mannosidases in a human gut symbiont.

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  • Of particular relevance to the study described here, are the GH38 α − mannosidases.

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  • Kuntz DA, Hoffman D, Janzer RC, Gerber-Lemaire S, et al. (2008) Functionalized pyrrolidine inhibitors of human type II alpha-mannosidases as anti-cancer agents: Optimizing the fit to the active site.

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  • The paucity of information on the α − mannosidases from these pathogenic bacteria, led us to study the

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  • Catalysis around this area of the conformational sphere has also been proposed, recently, for inverting GH92 α − mannosidases

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  • Figure 3a, typical for many α − mannosidases whose lack of α − 1,2 mannosidase activity prevents access to these masked substrates.

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  • Far less well understood is the observation that many bacterial species, predominantly but not exclusively pathogens and symbionts, also possess putative GH38 α − mannosidases whose activity and specificity is unknown.

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  • Far less well understood is the observation that many bacterial species, predominantly but not exclusively pathogens and symbionts, also possess putative GH38 α − mannosidases whose activity and specificity is unknown.

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  • Karaveg K, Siriwardena A, Tempel W, Liu ZJ, Glushka J, et al. (2005) Mechanism of class 1 (Glycosylhydrolase family 47) alpha-mannosidases involved in

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