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    Pierre Jolles
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    3764329572
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    Birkhäuser; 1 edition (February 1, 1994)
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    280 pages
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Pierre Jollès, Liechtenstein biochemist. Recipient Great prize, French Academy of Sciences, 1979. Proteoglycans (Experientia Supplementum).

Pierre Jollès, Liechtenstein biochemist. Member European Molecular Biology Organization, Bio-chemical Society, Swiss Bio-chemical Society, French Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, che Akademie der Wissenschaften. Proteoglycans are glycoconjugates which constitute a topic of current interest in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and medicine.

Find nearly any book by Pierre Jolles. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9782825205044 (978-2-8252-0504-4) Softcover, E�ditions de la Baconnière, 1978.

Proteoglycans are glycoconjugates which constitute a topic of current interest in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and medicine

Proteoglycans are glycoconjugates which constitute a topic of current interest in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and medicine. They can no longer be considered, as they were a few years ago, as simple inert building blocks. Proteoglycans belong to a versatile protein family whose potential functions stem either from their glycosaminoglycan chains or from specific regions of their protein cores.

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Experientia Supplementum (EXS) is a multidisciplinary book series originally created as a supplement to the journal Experientia which appears now under the cover of Cellular and . Experientia Supplementum. Titles in this series

Experientia Supplementum (EXS) is a multidisciplinary book series originally created as a supplement to the journal Experientia which appears now under the cover of Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. The multi-authored volumes. Titles in this series Experientia Supplementum (EXS) is a multidisciplinary book series originally created as a supplement to the journal Experientia which appears now under the cover of Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences.

Proteoglycans are glycoconjugates which constitute a topic of current interest in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and medicine.

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Proteoglycans are proteins that are covalently bonded at multiple sites along the protein chain to a class of polysaccharides, known as glycosaminoglycans. Glycosaminoglycans constitute approximately 95% of the mass of proteoglycans by weight, which. Glycosaminoglycans constitute approximately 95% of the mass of proteoglycans by weight, which results in proteoglycans bearing a resemblance more to polysaccharides than to proteins. The physiological properties of proteoglycans are a function of the particular glycosaminoglycans present.

Proteoglycans are glycoconjugates which constitute a topic of current interest in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology and medicine. They can no longer be considered, as they were a few years ago, as simple inert building blocks. Proteoglycans belong to a versatile protein family whose potential functions stem either from their glycosaminoglycan chains or from specific regions of their protein cores. They help maintain the essential microenvironment for cell adhesion, migration and proliferation through their ability to function as links between cells and the extracellular matrix, and as growth-factor binders. Their importance is gaining recognition in a wide spectrum of research areas such as the brain and reproduction. In this book, various newly researched aspects of proteoglycans are reviewed in a series of chapters written by well-known scientists involved in this exciting field of research.