Meredith Morovati mcm at oup-usa.org
Thu Jan 22 11:01:25 EST 1998

Dear bionet readers:

We would like to post, as soon as they are availabe, the tables of contents for forthcoming 
issues of _Glycobiology_, the official journal of the Society for Glycobiology .

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Meredith Morovati
Oxford University Press

Volume 8, Number 2 (Febrary 1998)
EDITOR:Gerald W Hart

Mini review. Mycobacterial lipoarabinomannan: an extraordinary lipoheteroglycan
with profound physiological effects
D Chatterjee and K-H Khoo

The role of site-specific N-glycosylation in secretion of soluble forms of rabies
virus glycoprotein
BS Wojczyk, M S-Wojczyk, S Shakin-Eshleman, WH Wunner and SL Spitalnik

Heparin and its derivatives bind to HIV-1 recombinant envelope glycoproteins,
rather than to recombinant HIV-1 receptor, CD4
HA Harrop and CC Rider

Lex glycosphingolipids-mediated cell aggregation
M Boubelik, D Floryk, J Bohata, L Draberova, J Macak, F Smid and P Draber

New conformational constraints in isotopically (13C) enriched oligosaccharides
MJ Milton, R Harris, MA Probert, RA Field and SW Homans

Genetic tailoring of N-linked oligosaccharides: the role of glucose residues in
glycoprotein processing of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in vivo
CA Jakob, P Burda, S te Heesen, M Aebi and J Roth

Abnormal synthesis of mannose 1-phosphate derived carbohydrates in
carbohydrate-deficient glycoprotein syndrome type I fibroblasts with
phosphomannomutase deficiency
C Korner, L Lehle and K von Figura

Concanavalin A distorts the [bgr]-GlcNAc-(1[rarr]2)-Man linkage of
;-Man-(1[rarr]6)]-Man upon binding
DM Moothoo and JH Naismith

Changes in ganglioside composition of photoreceptors during postnatal maturation
of the rat retina
V Fontaine, D Hicks and H Dreyfus

Calf thymus high mobility group proteins are nonenzymatically glycated but not
significantly glycosylated
L Medina and RS Haltiwanger

Induction of sialic acid 9-0-acetylation by diverse gene products: implications for
the expression cloning of sialic acid 0-acetyltransferases
W-X Shi, R Chammas and A Varki

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