Clustering of PK-trisaccharides on amphiphilic cyclodextrin reveals unprecedented affinity for the Shiga-like toxin Stx2

Using amphiphilic cyclodextrin as a scaffold, the first class of PK-glycoconjugates capable of high avidity binding to both Stx1 and Stx2 toxins in solid-phase assay formats is reported

Ping Zhang

2017

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  • Using amphiphilic cyclodextrin as a scaffold, the first class of PK-glycoconjugates capable of high avidity binding to both Stx1 and Stx2 toxins in solid-phase assay formats is reported
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