Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts

Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts: Biodiversity, Biochemistry, and Prospects provides a comprehensive view of the biochemistry, biological activity, and practical application of extracellular glycolipids of yeast. This book brings much-needed clarity to the complex topic of glycolipids and streamlines the rather confusing terminology used for glycolipids. It also provides a wealth of modern data on their composition, structure and properties, biosynthetic pathways, methods of isolation and identification, antifungal activity, and mechanisms of action. Studies of extracellular glycolipids of yeast now draw the attention of researchers in life science and biotechnology due to numerous recently revealed biological properties of these compounds. These compounds are scientifically and practically promising in medicine and agriculture due to their biosurfactant and fungicidal properties, as well as a number of other biological activities. Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts gives researchers studying biochemistry of microorganisms and related biologically active compounds a much-needed guide to the basic data that will aid in these increasingly generative pursuits. Provides a clear overview of the basic data on yeast biosurfactants using a simple survey-style approach Delivers comprehensive view of biochemistry, biological activity, and practical application of yeasts to aid in their scientific and practical use Clarifies and simplifies the complex topic of glycolipids, and its often-confusing terminology

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  • Author : Ekaterina Kulakovskaya
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 124 pages
  • ISBN : 0124200966
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts

Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts
  • Author : Ekaterina Kulakovskaya,Tatiana Kulakovskaya
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 11 December 2013
GET THIS BOOKExtracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts

Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts: Biodiversity, Biochemistry, and Prospects provides a comprehensive view of the biochemistry, biological activity, and practical application of extracellular glycolipids of yeast. This book brings much-needed clarity to the complex topic of glycolipids and streamlines the rather confusing terminology used for glycolipids. It also provides a wealth of modern data on their composition, structure and properties, biosynthetic pathways, methods of isolation and identification, antifungal activity, and mechanisms of action. Studies of extracellular glycolipids of yeast now draw

Yeasts in Natural and Artificial Habitats

Yeasts in Natural and Artificial Habitats
  • Author : John F.T. Spencer,Dorothy M. Spencer
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 07 July 1997
GET THIS BOOKYeasts in Natural and Artificial Habitats

This book gives a general overview of the biology and molecular biology of yeasts. Topics emphasized include yeast taxonomy (including evolution of yeasts), yeast ecology, with as much emphasis as possible on the relationship between the organisms and the environment, the structure and function of the yeast cell, its life cycle and metabolism, and the relationship between yeasts and mankind, including pathogenicity, traditional and current industrial and therapeutic uses and related topics. The contribution of yeasts to fundamental research in

Glycolipids

Glycolipids
  • Author : Daiki Sasaki
  • Publisher : Nova Publishers
  • Release : 01 March 2021
GET THIS BOOKGlycolipids

Glycolipids are carbohydrate-attached lipids. Their role is to provide energy and also serve as markers for cellular recognition. They occur where a carbohydrate chain is associated with phospholipids on the exoplasmic surface of the cell membrane. The carbohydrates are found on the outer surface of all eukaryotic cell membranes. They extend from the phospholipid bilayer into the aqueous environment outside the cell where it acts as a recognition site for specific chemicals as well as helping to maintain the stability

Glycolipids, Phosphoglycolipids, and Sulfoglycolipids

Glycolipids, Phosphoglycolipids, and Sulfoglycolipids
  • Author : Morris Kates
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 31 May 1990
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The early history and development of the field of glycolipids was concerned mainly with the predominant glycolipids found in higher animal tissues, namely the glycosphingolipids, as has been extensively documented by J. N. Kanfer and S. Hakomori in Volume 3 of this series. The major glycolipids in organisms of the plant kingdom, however, such as bacteria, yeasts and fungi, algae, and higher plants, are glycoglycerolipids, although glycosphingolipids are also present as minor components in these organisms, except for bacteria. It is