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“…In certain cases, deoxygenation leads to a superior inhibitor. This has been demonstrated for the lectin I of Ulex europaeus (2, 10) and the monoclonal anti-I Ma antibody (9), and now observed for 21. In such cases, the hydroxyl group that was replaced by hydrogen must become involved in nonpolar interactions with its environment in the complex.…”
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“…In certain cases, deoxygenation leads to a superior inhibitor. This has been demonstrated for the lectin I of Ulex europaeus (2, 10) and the monoclonal anti-I Ma antibody (9), and now observed for 21. In such cases, the hydroxyl group that was replaced by hydrogen must become involved in nonpolar interactions with its environment in the complex.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…opinion is supported by the discovery that all of the data obtained to date have consistently allowed appraisals of the combining sites of lectins (10) and antibodies (9,11,12) based on sound chemical principles. The first paper in this series (9) demonstrated that the monoclonal anti-I Ma antibody interacts with a large weakly polar and wedge-shaped portion of the trisaccharide P~Gal(1+4:1P~GlcNAc(l+6)cw,P~Gal and that only OH-4 and OH-6 of the terminal PDGal unit are involved in a strong polar interaction with the protein.…”
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“…The acceptance of intramolecularly hydrogen-bonded molecules into nonpolar regions in the combining site and the interaction of water molecules with the amphypatic surfaces of oligosaccharides to provide a driving force for complex formation have been extensively discussed by Lemieux [l,21. These nonpolar interactions seem to be operative in most of the complexes between oligosaccharides and lectins or antibodies investigated to date [7,[67][68][69][70][71][72]. The presence of a bulky methyl group at position 3 (compound 5), which precludes hydrogen-bond formation and imposes a steric destabilization results in a decreasing of the strength of the binding.…”
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“…After several washes in 150 mM NaCl, the amount of '251-labelled antibody bound to the red cells was determined by gamma counting. Oligosaccharidealditols Al (O), B3 (0) and C3 ( A ) the antigenic determinants recognized by the anti-[blood group I (Ma)] antibodies [27] and probably by the murine monoclonal anti-I antibody [I 71 although some differences might exist. These structures do not contain repetitive sequences [Galj?…”
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