Imperial College London

ProfessorStuartHaslam

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Life Sciences

Professor in Structural Glycobiology
 
 
 
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101ASir Ernst Chain BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Loxley GM, Hooks DO, Antonopoulos A, Dell A, Haslam SM, Linklater WL, Hurst JL, Beynon RJet al., 2020, Vulpeculin: a novel and abundant lipocalin in the urine of the common brushtail possum,Trichosurus vulpecula, OPEN BIOLOGY, Vol: 10

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Murphy N, Rooney B, Bhattacharyya T, Triana-Chavez O, Krueger A, Haslam SM, O'Rourke V, Panczuk M, Tsang J, Bickford-Smith J, Gilman RH, Tetteh K, Drakeley C, Smales CM, Miles MAet al., 2020, Glycosylation of trypanosoma cruzi TcI antigen reveals recognition by chagasic sera, Scientific Reports, Vol: 10, ISSN: 2045-2322

Chagas disease is considered the most important parasitic disease in Latin America. The protozoan agent, Trypanosoma cruzi, comprises six genetic lineages, TcI-TcVI. Genotyping to link lineage(s) to severity of cardiomyopathy and gastrointestinal pathology is impeded by the sequestration and replication of T. cruzi in host tissues. We describe serology specific for TcI, the predominant lineage north of the Amazon, based on expression of recombinant trypomastigote small surface antigen (gTSSA-I) in the eukaryote Leishmania tarentolae, to allow realistic glycosylation and structure of the antigen. Sera from TcI-endemic regions recognised gTSSA-I (74/146; 50.7%), with no cross reaction with common components of gTSSA-II/V/VI recombinant antigen. Antigenicity was abolished by chemical (periodate) oxidation of gTSSA-I glycosylation but retained after heat-denaturation of conformation. Conversely, non-specific recognition of gTSSA-I by non-endemic malaria sera was abolished by heat-denaturation. TcI-specific serology facilitates investigation between lineage and diverse clinical presentations. Glycosylation cannot be ignored in the search for immunogenic antigens.

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Debets MF, Tastan OY, Wisnovsky SP, Malaker SA, Angelis N, Moeckl LKR, Choi J, Flynn H, Wagner LJS, Bineva-Todd G, Antonopoulos A, Cioce A, Browne WM, Li Z, Briggs DC, Douglas HL, Hess GT, Agbay AJ, Roustan C, Kjaer S, Haslam S, Snijders AP, Bassik MC, Moerner WE, Li VSW, Bertozzi CR, Schumann Bet al., 2020, Metabolic precision labeling enables selective probing of O-linked N-acetylgalactosamine glycosylation, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA, Vol: 117, Pages: 25293-25301, ISSN: 0027-8424

Protein glycosylation events that happen early in the secretory pathway are often dysregulated during tumorigenesis. These events can be probed, in principle, by monosaccharides with bioorthogonal tags that would ideally be specific for distinct glycan subtypes. However, metabolic interconversion into other monosaccharides drastically reduces such specificity in the living cell. Here, we use a structure-based design process to develop the monosaccharide probe GalNAzMe that is specific for cancer-relevant Ser/Thr-N-acetylgalactosamine (O-GalNAc) glycosylation. By virtue of a branched N-acylamide side chain, GalNAzMe is not interconverted by epimerization to the corresponding N-acetylglucosamine analog by the epimerase GALE like conventional GalNAc-based probes. GalNAzMe enters O-GalNAc glycosylation but does not enter other major cell surface glycan types including Asn(N)-linked glycans. We transfect cells with the engineered pyrophosphorylase mut-AGX1 to biosynthesize the nucleotide-sugar donor UDP-GalNAzMe from a sugar-1-phosphate precursor. Tagged with a bioorthogonal azide group, GalNAzMe serves as an O-glycan specific reporter in superresolution microscopy, chemical glycoproteomics, a genome-wide CRISPR knock-out (KO) screen, and imaging of intestinal organoids. Additional ectopic expression of an engineered glycosyltransferase, BH-GalNAc-T2, boosts labeling in a programmable fashion by increasing incorporation of GalNAzMe into the cell surface glycoproteome. Alleviating the need for GALE-KO cells in metabolic labeling experiments, GalNAzMe is a precision tool that allows a detailed view into the biology of a major type of cancer-relevant protein glycosylation.

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Antonopoulos A, Broome S, Sharov V, Ziegenfuss C, Easton RL, Panico M, Morris HR, Haslam Set al., 2020, Site-specific characterisation of SARS-CoV-2 spike glycoprotein receptor binding domain, Glycobiology, ISSN: 0959-6658

The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the infective agent causing COVID-19, is having a global impact both in terms of human disease as well as socially and economically. Its heavily glycosylated spike glycoprotein is fundamental for the infection process, via its receptor binding domains interaction with the glycoprotein angiotensin converting enzyme 2 on human cell surfaces. We therefore utilized an integrated glycomic and glycoproteomic analytical strategy to characterise both N- and O- glycan site specific glycosylation within the receptor binding domain. We demonstrate the presence of complex type N-glycans with unusual fucosylated LacdiNAc at both sites N331 and N343 and a single site of O-glycosylation on T323.

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Sela I, Goss V, Becker-Cohen M, Dell A, Haslam SM, Mitrani-Rosenbaum Set al., 2020, The glycomic sialylation profile of GNE Myopathy muscle cells does not point to consistent hyposialylation of individual glycoconjugates, NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS, Vol: 30, Pages: 621-630, ISSN: 0960-8966

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Hautala LC, Pang P-C, Antonopoulos A, Pasanen A, Lee C-L, Chiu PCN, Yeung WSB, Loukovaara M, Butzow R, Haslam SM, Dell A, Koistinen Het al., 2020, Altered glycosylation of glycodelin in endometrial carcinoma, Laboratory Investigation, Vol: 100, Pages: 1014-1025, ISSN: 0023-6837

Glycodelin is a major glycoprotein expressed in reproductive tissues, like secretory and decidualized endometrium. It has several reproduction related functions that are dependent on specific glycosylation, but it has also been found to drive differentiation of endometrial carcinoma cells toward a less malignant phenotype. Here we aimed to elucidate whether the glycosylation and function of glycodelin is altered in endometrial carcinoma as compared with a normal endometrium. We carried out glycan structure analysis of glycodelin expressed in HEC-1B human endometrial carcinoma cells (HEC-1B Gd) by mass spectrometry glycomics strategies. Glycans of HEC-1B Gd were found to comprise a typical mixture of high-mannose, hybrid, and complex-type N-glycans, often containing undecorated LacNAc (Galβ1–4GlcNAc) antennae. However, several differences, as compared with previously reported glycan structures of normal human decidualized endometrium-derived glycodelin isoform, glycodelin-A (GdA), were also found. These included a lower level of sialylation and more abundant poly-LacNAc antennae, some of which are fucosylated. This allowed us to select lectins that showed different binding to these classes of glycodelin. Despite the differences in glycosylation between HEC-1B Gd and GdA, both showed similar inhibitory activity on trophoblast cell invasion and peripheral blood mononuclear cell proliferation. For the detection of cancer associated glycodelin, we established a novel in situ proximity-ligation based histochemical staining method using a specific glycodelin antibody and UEAI lectin. We found that the UEAI reactive glycodelin was abundant in endometrial carcinoma, but virtually absent in normal endometrial tissue even when glycodelin was strongly expressed. In conclusion, we established a histochemical staining method for the detection of endometrial carcinoma-associated glycodelin and showed that this specific glycodelin is exclusively expressed in cancer, not

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Blois SM, Verlohren S, Wu G, Clark G, Dell A, Haslam SM, Barrientos Get al., 2020, Role of galectin-glycan circuits in reproduction: from healthy pregnancy to preterm birth (PTB), Seminars in Immunopathology, Vol: 42, Pages: 469-486, ISSN: 1863-2297

Growing evidence suggests that galectins, an evolutionarily conserved family of glycan-binding proteins, fulfill key roles in pregnancy including blastocyst implantation, maternal-fetal immune tolerance, placental development, and maternal vascular expansion, thereby establishing a healthy environment for the growing fetus. In this review, we comprehensively present the function of galectins in shaping cellular circuits that characterize a healthy pregnancy. We describe the current understanding of galectins in term and preterm labor and discuss how the galectin-glycan circuits contribute to key immunological pathways sustaining maternal tolerance and preventing microbial infections. A deeper understanding of the glycoimmune pathways regulating early events in preterm birth could offer the broader translational potential for the treatment of this devastating syndrome.

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Osimanjiang W, Santos Roballo KC, Houck BD, Ito M, Antonopoulos A, Dell A, Haslam SM, Bushman JSet al., 2020, Analysis of N- and O-Linked Glycosylation: Differential Glycosylation after Rat Spinal Cord Injury, JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA, Vol: 37, Pages: 1954-1962, ISSN: 0897-7151

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Mendoza M, Lu D, Ballesteros A, Blois SM, Abernathy K, Feng C, Dimitroff CJ, Zmuda J, Panico M, Dell A, Vasta GR, Haslam SM, Dveksler Get al., 2020, Glycan characterization of pregnancy-specific glycoprotein 1 and its identification as a novel Galectin-1 ligand., Glycobiology, ISSN: 0959-6658

Pregnancy-specific beta 1 glycoprotein (PSG1) is secreted from trophoblast cells of the human placenta in increasing concentrations as pregnancy progresses, becoming one of the most abundant proteins in maternal serum in the third trimester. PSG1 has seven potential N-linked glycosylation sites across its four domains. We carried out glycomic and glycoproteomic studies to characterize the glycan composition of PSG1 purified from serum of pregnant women and identified the presence of complex N-glycans containing poly LacNAc epitopes with α2,3 sialyation at four sites. Using different techniques, we explored whether PSG1 can bind to galectin-1 (Gal-1) as these two proteins were previously shown to participate in processes required for a successful pregnancy. We confirmed that PSG1 binds to Gal-1 in a carbohydrate-dependent manner with an affinity of the interaction of 0.13 μM. In addition, we determined that out of the three N-glycosylation-carrying domains, only the N and A2 domains of recombinant PSG1 interact with Gal-1. Lastly, we observed that the interaction between PSG1 and Gal-1 protects this lectin from oxidative inactivation and that PSG1 competes the ability of Gal-1 to bind to some but not all of its glycoprotein ligands.

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Blundell PA, Lu D, Dell A, Haslam S, Pleass RJet al., 2020, Choice of Host Cell Line Is Essential for the Functional Glycosylation of the Fc Region of Human IgG1 Inhibitors of Influenza B Viruses, JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, Vol: 204, Pages: 1022-1034, ISSN: 0022-1767

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Ibeto L, Antonopoulos A, Grassi P, Pang P-C, Panico M, Bobdiwala S, Al-Memar M, Davis P, Davis M, Norman Taylor J, Almeida P, Johnson MR, Harvey R, Bourne T, Seckl M, Clark G, Haslam SM, Dell Aet al., 2020, Insights into the hyperglycosylation of human chorionic gonadotropin revealed by glycomics analysis, PLoS One, Vol: 15, ISSN: 1932-6203

Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a glycoprotein hormone that is essential for the maintenance of pregnancy. Glycosylation of hCG is known to be essential for its biological activity. "Hyperglycosylated" variants secreted during early pregnancy have been proposed to be involved in initial implantation of the embryo and as a potential diagnostic marker for gestational diseases. However, what constitutes "hyperglycosylation" is not yet fully understood. In this study, we perform comparative N-glycomic analysis of hCG expressed in the same individuals during early and late pregnancy to help provide new insights into hCG function, reveal new targets for diagnostics and clarify the identity of hyperglycosylated hCG. hCG was isolated in urine collected from women at 7 weeks and 20 weeks' gestation. hCG was also isolated in urine from women diagnosed with gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD). We used glycomics methodologies including matrix assisted laser desorption/ionisation-time of flight (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometry (MS) and MS/MS methods to characterise the N-glycans associated with hCG purified from the individual samples. The structures identified on the early pregnancy (EP-hCG) and late pregnancy (LP-hCG) samples corresponded to mono-, bi-, tri-, and tetra-antennary N-glycans. A novel finding was the presence of substantial amounts of bisected type N-glycans in pregnancy hCG samples, which were present at much lower levels in GTD samples. A second novel observation was the presence of abundant LewisX antigens on the bisected N-glycans. GTD-hCG had fewer glycoforms which constituted a subset of those found in normal pregnancy. When compared to EP-hCG, GTD-hCG samples had decreased signals for tri- and tetra-antennary N-glycans. In terms of terminal epitopes, GTD-hCG had increased signals for sialylated structures, while LewisX antigens were of very minor abundance. hCG carries the same N-glycans throughout pregnancy but in different propo

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Silver ZA, Antonopoulos A, Haslam SM, Dell A, Dickinson GM, Seaman MS, Desrosiers RCet al., 2020, Discovery of O-linked carbohydrate on HIV-1 envelope and its role in shielding against one category of broadly neutralizing antibodies, Cell Reports, Vol: 30, Pages: 1862-1869.e4, ISSN: 2211-1247

Approximately 50% of the mass of the Envelope (Env) glycoprotein surface subunit (gp120) of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) is composed of N-linked carbohydrate. Until now, the dogma has been that HIV-1 lacks O-linked carbohydrate on Env. Here we show that a subset of patient-derived HIV-1 isolates contain O-linked carbohydrate on the variable 1 (V1) domain of Env gp120. We demonstrate the presence of this O-glycosylation both on virions and on gp120 expressed as a secreted protein. Further, we establish that these O-linked glycans can confer a more than 1,000-fold decrease in neutralization sensitivity (IC50) to V3-glycan broadly neutralizing antibodies. These findings uncover a structural modification to the HIV-1 Env and suggest a functional role in promoting viral escape from one category of broadly neutralizing antibodies.

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Schedin-Weiss S, Gaunitz S, Sui P, Chen Q, Haslam SM, Blennow K, Winblad B, Dell A, Tjernberg LOet al., 2020, Glycan biomarkers for Alzheimer disease correlate with T-tau and P-tau in cerebrospinal fluid in subjective cognitive impairment, FEBS JOURNAL, Vol: 287, Pages: 3221-3234, ISSN: 1742-464X

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Li H, Marceau M, Yang T, Liao T, Tang X, Hu R, Xie Y, Tang H, Tay A, Shi Y, Shen Y, Yang T, Pi X, Lamichhane B, Luo Y, Debowski AW, Nilsson H-O, Haslam SM, Mulloy B, Dell A, Stubbs KA, Marshall BJ, Benghezal Met al., 2019, East-Asian Helicobacter pylori Strains Synthesize Heptan-deficient Lipopolysaccharide, PLOS GENETICS, Vol: 15, ISSN: 1553-7404

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Monzon Manzano E, Justo Sanz R, Fernandez Bello I, Alvarez Roman MT, Martin Salces M, Rivas Pollmar I, Haslam S, Acuna Butta P, Cebanu T, Garcia Barcenilla S, Jimenez Yuste V, Butta Coll Net al., 2019, CHANGES IN THE GLYCOSYLATION PATTERN OF THE PLATELET MEMBRANE MAY BE THE CHANGES IN THE GLYCOSYLATION PATTERN OF THE PLATELET MEMBRANE MAY BE INVOLVED IN THE PATOGENESIS OF THE PRIMARY IMMUNE THROMBOCYTOPENIA, 61st National Congress of the Spanish-Society-of-Hematology-and-Hemotherapy, Publisher: FERRATA STORTI FOUNDATION, Pages: 349-349, ISSN: 0390-6078

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North SJ, Botchway K, Doonan J, Lumb FE, Dell A, Harnett W, Haslam SMet al., 2019, Site-specific glycoproteomic characterization of ES-62: The major secreted product of the parasitic worm Acanthocheilonema viteae, Glycobiology, Vol: 29, Pages: 562-571, ISSN: 0959-6658

ES-62 is the major secreted product of the parasitic filarial nematode Acanthocheilonema viteae and has potent anti-inflammatory activities as a consequence of post-translational decoration by phosphorylcholine. Previously we showed that ES-62's phosphorylcholine was attached to N-linked glycans and using fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry, we characterised the structure of the glycans. However, it was unknown at this time which of ES-62's four potential N-glycosylation sites carries the phosphorylcholine-modified glycans. In the present study, we now employ more advanced analytical tools - nano-flow liquid chromatography with high definition electrospray mass spectrometry - to show that phosphorylcholine-modified glycans are found at all four potential N-glycosylation sites. Also, our earlier studies showed up to two phosphorylcholine groups were detected per glycan and we are now able to characterise N-glycans with up to five phosphorylcholine groups. The number per glycan varies in three of the four glycosylation sites and in addition, for the first time, we have detected phosphorylcholine on the N-glycan chitobiose core in addition to terminal GlcNAc. Nevertheless, the majority of phosphorylcholine is detected on terminal GlcNAc, enabling it to interact with the cells and molecules of the immune system. Such expression may explain the potent immunomodulatory effects of a molecule that is considered to have significant therapeutic potential in the treatment of certain human allergic and autoimmune conditions.

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Blundell PA, Lu D, Dell A, Haslam SM, Pleass RJet al., 2019, Choice of host cell line is essential for the functional glycosylation of the fragment crystallizable (Fc) region of human IgG1 inhibitors of influenza B viruses

<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:p>Antibodies are glycoproteins that carry a conserved N-linked carbohydrate attached to the Fc, whose presence and fine structure profoundly impacts on their <jats:italic>in vivo</jats:italic> immunogenicity, pharmacokinetics and functional attributes. The host cell line used to produce IgG has a major impact on this glycosylation, as different systems express different glycosylation enzymes and transporters that contribute to the specificity and heterogeneity of the final IgG-Fc glycosylation profile. Here we compare two panels of glycan-adapted IgG1-Fc mutants expressed in either the HEK 293-F or CHO-K1 systems. We show that the types of N-linked glycans between matched pairs of Fc mutants vary significantly, and in particular with respect to sialylation. These cell line effects on glycosylation profoundly influence the ability of the engineered Fcs to interact with either human or pathogen receptors. For example, we describe Fc mutants that potently disrupted influenza B-mediated agglutination of human erythrocytes when expressed in CHO-K1 but not in HEK 293-F cells.</jats:p>

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Lomax-Browne HJ, Robertson C, Antonopoulos A, Leathem AJC, Haslam SM, Dell A, Dwek MVet al., 2019, Serum IgA1 shows increased levels of α2,6-linked sialic acid in breast cancer., Interface Focus, Vol: 9, Pages: 20180079-20180079, ISSN: 2042-8898

The lectin Helix pomatia agglutinin (HPA) recognizes altered glycosylation in solid cancers and the identification of HPA binding partners in tumour tissue and serum is an important aim. Among the many HPA binding proteins, IgA1 has been reported to be the most abundant in liver metastases. In this study, the glycosylation of IgA1 was evaluated using serum samples from patients with breast cancer (BCa) and the utility of IgA1 glycosylation as a biomarker was assessed. Detailed mass spectrometric structural analysis showed an increase in disialo-biantennary N-linked glycans on IgA1 from BCa patients (p < 0.0001: non-core fucosylated; p = 0.0345: core fucosylated) and increased asialo-Thomsen-Friedenreich antigen (TF) and disialo-TF antigens in the O-linked glycan preparations from IgA1 of cancer patients compared with healthy control individuals. An increase in Sambucus nigra binding was observed, suggestive of increased α2,6-linked sialic acid on IgA1 in BCa. Logistic regression analysis showed HPA binding to IgA1 and tumour size to be significant independent predictors of distant metastases (χ2 13.359; n = 114; p = 0.020) with positive and negative predictive values of 65.7% and 64.6%, respectively. Immunohistochemical analysis of tumour tissue samples showed IgA1 to be detectable in BCa tissue. This report provides a detailed analysis of serum IgA1 glycosylation in BCa and illustrates the potential utility of IgA1 glycosylation as a biomarker for BCa prognostication.

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Blundell PA, Lu D, Wilkinson M, Dell A, Haslam S, Pleass RJet al., 2019, Insertion of N-Terminal Hinge Glycosylation Enhances Interactions of the Fc Region of Human IgG1 Monomers with Glycan-Dependent Receptors and Blocks Hemagglutination by the Influenza Virus, JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, Vol: 202, Pages: 1595-1611, ISSN: 0022-1767

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Long JS, Mistry B, Haslam SM, Barclay WSet al., 2019, Host and viral determinants of influenza A virus species specificity (vol 17, pg 67, 2018), NATURE REVIEWS MICROBIOLOGY, Vol: 17, Pages: 124-124, ISSN: 1740-1526

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Wang S-S, Gao X, Solar VD, Yu X, Antonopoulos A, Friedman AE, Matich EK, Atilla-Gokcumen GE, Nasirikenari M, Lau JT, Dell A, Haslam SM, Laine RA, Matta KL, Neelamegham Set al., 2018, Thioglycosides Are efficient metabolic decoys of glycosylation that reduce selectin dependent leukocyte adhesion, Cell Chemical Biology, Vol: 25, Pages: 1-14, ISSN: 2451-9448

Metabolic decoys are synthetic analogs of naturally occurring biosynthetic acceptors. These compounds divert cellular biosynthetic pathways by acting as artificial substrates that usurp the activity of natural enzymes. While O-linked glycosides are common, they are only partially effective even at millimolar concentrations. In contrast, we report that N-acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc) incorporated into various thioglycosides robustly truncate cell surface N- and O-linked glycan biosynthesis at 10-100 μM concentrations. The >10-fold greater inhibition is in part due to the resistance of thioglycosides to hydrolysis by intracellular hexosaminidases. The thioglycosides reduce β-galactose incorporation into lactosamine chains, cell surface sialyl Lewis-X expression, and leukocyte rolling on selectin substrates including inflamed endothelial cells under fluid shear. Treatment of granulocytes with thioglycosides prior to infusion into mouse inhibited neutrophil homing to sites of acute inflammation and bone marrow by ∼80%-90%. Overall, thioglycosides represent an easy to synthesize class of efficient metabolic inhibitors or decoys. They reduce N-/O-linked glycan biosynthesis and inflammatory leukocyte accumulation.

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Giovannone N, Antonopoulos A, Liang J, Sweeney JG, Kudelka MR, King SL, Lee GS, Cummings RD, Dell A, Barthel SR, Widlund HR, Haslam SM, Dimitroff CJet al., 2018, Human B Cell Differentiation Is Characterized by Progressive Remodeling of O-Linked Glycans, FRONTIERS IN IMMUNOLOGY, Vol: 9, ISSN: 1664-3224

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El Jellas K, Johansson BB, Fjeld K, Antonopoulos A, Immervoll H, Choi MH, Hoem D, Lowe ME, Lombardo D, Njolstad PR, Dell A, Mas E, Haslam SM, Molven Aet al., 2018, The mucinous domain of pancreatic carboxyl-ester lipase (CEL) contains core 1/core 2 O-glycans that can be modified by ABO blood group determinants, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, Vol: 293, Pages: 19476-19491, ISSN: 0021-9258

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Dell A, Lu D, Haslam SM, Clark GFet al., 2018, Towards a novel cancer vaccine: Characterisation of the glycome of canine melanoma cells, Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Glycobiology (SFG), Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC, Pages: 1038-1039, ISSN: 0959-6658

Conference paper

Cao H, Wassall HJ, Forrester MA, Hall LS, Wilson HM, Shepherd J, Patel B, Masson A, Henderson S, Konieczny G, Beverly M, Tampakis D, Antonopoulos A, Haslam SM, Dell A, Rowe AJ, Brewin J, Rees DC, Barker RN, Vickers MAet al., 2018, Hemoglobin S induces exposure of red blood cell membrane skeleton microdomains bearing mannose that stimulate phagocytosis by macrophages: A molecular basis for hemolysis in sickle cell disease but protection against Plasmodium Falciparum malaria, 60th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-of-Hematology (ASH), Publisher: American Society of Hematology, ISSN: 1528-0020

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Monzon Manzano E, Justo Sanz R, Haslam SM, Ke Xuan L, Dell A, Alvarez-Roman T, Martin M, Rivas Pollmar MI, Fernandez-Bello I, Canales MA, Jimenez-Yuste V, Butta Net al., 2018, Platelet Protein Glycosylation in Immune Thrombocytopenia, 60th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-of-Hematology (ASH), Publisher: AMER SOC HEMATOLOGY, ISSN: 0006-4971

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Long JS, Mistry B, Haslam SM, Barclay WSet al., 2018, Host and viral determinants of influenza A virus species specificity, NATURE REVIEWS MICROBIOLOGY, Vol: 17, Pages: 67-81, ISSN: 1740-1526

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El Jellas K, Haslam SM, Choi MH, Dell A, Johansson BB, Fjeld K, Molven Aet al., 2018, Glycosylation profiles and ABO blood group antigens of the Carboxyl-ester Lipase (CEL) protein associated with chronic pancreatitis and MODY8 syndrome, 49th Annual Meeting of the American Pancreatic Association, Publisher: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Pages: 1396-1396, ISSN: 0885-3177

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Wong MY, Chen K, Antonopoulos A, Kasper BT, Dewal MB, Taylor RJ, Whittaker CA, Hein PP, Dell A, Genereux JC, Haslam SM, Mahal LK, Shoulders MDet al., 2018, XBP1s activation can globally remodel N-glycan structure distribution patterns, PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Vol: 115, Pages: E10089-E10098, ISSN: 0027-8424

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Veerapen N, Kharkwal SS, Jervis P, Bhowruth V, Besra AK, North SJ, Haslam SM, Dell A, Hobrath J, Quaid PJ, Moynihan PJ, Cox LR, Kharkwal H, Zauderer M, Besra GS, Porcelli SAet al., 2018, Photoactivable Glycolipid Antigens Generate Stable Conjugates with CD1d for Invariant Natural Killer T Cell Activation, BIOCONJUGATE CHEMISTRY, Vol: 29, Pages: 3161-3173, ISSN: 1043-1802

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