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(e.g. Bacterial Glycoproteins)

(e.g. Messner P.)

(e.g. 2006)

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S No.Review TitlePMIDAuthor(s)CommentsYear Of Publication
1 Structure and Biosynthesis of Prokaryotic Glycoproteins 2673008 Lechner J, Wieland F. It could be the first ever compilation of prokaryotic glycoproteins known until 1989 1989
2 Non-S-layer glycoproteins in eubacteria 8013865 Sandercock LE, MacLeod AM, Ong E, Warren RA. Exclusive review of bacterial S layer glycoproteins. Authors coined term "S layer glycprotein". 1994
3 Bacterial Glycoproteins 9076508 Messner P. A total of 22 archaeal and 46 bacterial glycoproteins are enlisted together with some of the sugar linkages. Subcellular locations of these glycoproteins are also given. 1997
4 Glycoproteins in Prokaryotes 9382700 Moens S, Vanderleyden J. A compilation of 17 different glycoproteins of archaea and 53 those of bacteria alongwith various experimental evidences for their glycosylation. Glycosylation type is mentioned for a few of them. The collection largely includes S layer glycoproteins, flagellins and polysaccharide-degrading enzymes. 1997
5 Prokaryotic glycosylation 11680871 Schäffer C, Graninger M, Messner P. An experimental protocol for S layer glycoprotein analysis has been discussed in detail along with some statistics of various linkages identified in prokaryotic glycoproteins. A brief phylogenetic account of spread of glycosylation in domain eubacteria and archaea is also provided 2001
6 Non-S-Layer Glycoproteins - Moens S. 15 bacterial glycoproteins are compiled along with information on the glycan linkages. 2002
7 Surface Layer Glycoproteins of Bacteria and Archaea - Messner P, Schäffer C. Information on S layer glycoproteins of all prokaryotes 2002
8 Never say never again: protein glycosylation in pathogenic bacteria 12123443 Benz I, Schmidt MA. About 13 glycoproteins of pathogenic bacteria are discussed in detail with respect to their carbohydrates/linkages, glycosylation machinery and role in pathogenesis. 2002
9 Bacterial glycoproteins: functions, biosynthesis and applications 12687605 Upreti RK, Kumar M, Shankar V. Presents a comprehensive collection of 27 archaeal and 62 bacterial glycoproteins classified by their subcellular locations. Proposed sugars/linkages are mentioned for many of them. A brief list of pathogenesis-associated bacterial glycoproteins is also provided. 2003
10 The genetics of glycosylation in Gram-negative bacteria 12586395 Power PM, Jennings MP. Provides information about characterized gene/clusters involved in protein glycosylation in Neisseria, Campylobacter, Pseudomonas, Escherichia coli, Caulobacter, Aeromonas and Helicobacter pylori. 2003
11 Prokaryotic Glycoproteins 12602037 Messner P, Schäffer C. A book review that contains one of the most extensive list of prokaryotic glycoproteins comprised of 107 bacterial and 36 archaeal glycoproteins. Glycan detection methods and linkage regions are also mentioned. Some glycoproteins are described in detail. 2003
12 Sweet new world: glycoproteins in bacterial pathogens 14659687 Schmidt MA, Riley LW, Benz I. Structure, genetics and function of glycoproteins of bacterial pathogens are reviewed. Applied aspects of the glycosylation systems are also presented. 2003
13 Campylobacter – a tale of two protein glycosylation systems 12781527 Szymanski CM, Logan SM, Linton D, Wren BW. The known mechanisms of protein glycosylation in Campylobacter, including a general meachanism and flagellar protein glycosylation mechanism are discussed with schematic details of genes/ cluster involved. 2003
14 Prokaryotic Glycoproteins: Unexplored but Important 15090489 Messner P. A succinct snapshot commentary on the presence of glycosylation as an important mechanism of post translational modification of proteins in prokaryotes. 2004
15 Surface-layer glycoproteins: an example for the diversity of bacterial glycosylation with promising impacts on nanobiotechnology 15044388 Schäffer C, Messner P. Thorough and novel insights are presented with respect to S layer protein glycosylation and its potential use in applied research. 14 glycan structures of 7 bacterial and 3 archaeal species are mentioned alongwith their linkages. Glycosites of 5 S layer glycoproteins are also indicated. 2004
16 Protein glycosylation in bacterial mucosal pathogens 15738950 Szymanski CM, Wren BW. Protein glycosylation systems in Campylobacter and other mucosal pathogens are discussed with emphasis on genetic organization, glycan structures and role of glycosylation. 2005
17 Export-Mediated Assembly of Mycobacterial Glycoproteins Parallels Eukaryotic Pathways 16081738 VanderVen BC, Harder JD, Crick DC, Belisle JT. Provides a detailed description of protein mannosylation in Mycobacterium with analogies to similar process in eukaryotes thereby proposing a similar mannoprotein assembly pathway in mycobacteria 2005
18 Posttranslational Protein Modification in Archaea 16148304 Eichler J, Adams MW. Besides focusing on protein modifications like lipid modification, phosphorylation, methylation, etc., a list of 24 glycoprotein-containing archaeal species is provided and briefly discussed. Experimental evidences for their glycosylation are also included. 2005
19 Glycosylation in bacteria: that, what, how, why, now what? - Appelmelk BJ, Vandenbroucke-Grauls CMJE, Bitter W. A summarized view of bacterial glycans (mono- to polysaccharides), O- or N-linked glycosylation, glycosylation islands and role of glycoproteins in host–pathogen interaction in human and nonhuman hosts. 2005
20 Bacterial Glycans: Key Mediators of Diverse Host Immune Responses 16959564 Comstock LE, Kasper DL. A short account of bacterial polysaccharides and glycoproteins and a detailed discussion on various interactions between bacterial glycans and the host immune system is provided. 2006
21 Asparagine-linked protein glycosylation: from eukaryotic to prokaryotic systems 16510493 Weerapana E, Imperiali B. A detailed comparative description of enzymes and pathways involved in N glycosylation in prokaryotes vs eukaryotes 2006
22 Archaeal Flagella, Bacterial Flagella and Type IV Pili: A Comparison of Genes and Posttranslational Modifications 16983194 Ng SY, Chaban B, Jarrell KF. A complete review of mechanism(s) and biosynthesis of flagella and pili in prokaryotes. 2006
23 Bacterial glycoproteomics 16735721 Hitchen PG, Dell A. Role of Mass spectrometry in carbohydrate structure determination of bacterial glycoproteins is reviewd with examples from previously characterized bacterial glycoproteins 2006
24 Production of humanized glycoproteins in bacteria and yeasts 17936668 Chiba Y, Jigami Y. A review of prospects of exploiting yeast and bacteria for making human like proteins 2007
25 Glycosylation Islands of Pseudomonas Species - Verma A, Ramphal R. An exclusive compilation of genomic information on protein glycosylation in Pseudomonas 2007
26 Protein Glycosylation, Sweet to Crystal Growth? - Mesters JR, Hilgenfeld R. Discussion on various strategies for crystallization of glycosylated proteins with examples from already crystallized bacterial glycoproteins 2007
27 Sweet to the extreme: protein glycosylation in Archaea 18476920 Yurist-Doutsch S, Chaban B, VanDyke DJ, Jarrell KF, Eichler J. A brief comparision of archeal N glycosylation vis a vis bacterial N glycosylation. An account of archaeal OST 2008
28 Not just for Eukarya anymore: protein glycosylation in Bacteria and Archaea 18694827 Abu-Qarn M, Eichler J, Sharon N. Provides a short list of rare monosaccharides and glycan structure of bacteria along with a summarized depiction of glycosylation pathway in Campylobacter, Neisseria and H. volcanni. 2008
29 S-layer nanoglycobiology of bacteria 18336801 Messner P, Steiner K, Zarschler K, Schäffer C. This review coins term "nanoglycobiology" and gives extensive information about bacterial S layer glycoproteins and their biosynthesis 2008
30 Bioanalytical tools for the discovery of eukaryotic glycoproteins applied to the analysis of bacterial glycoproteins. 19210128 Balonova L, Hernychova L, Bilkova Z. Design and flow of experiments relevant for detection of glycoproteins in bacteria is presented 2009
31 Glycosylation and biogenesis of a family of serine-rich bacterial adhesins. 19202081 Zhou M, Wu H. A detailed explanation of two-step glycosylation model involving glycosyltransferase and accessory Sec components for O glycosylation of serine-rich bacterial glycoproteins 2009
32 Structure and synthesis of polyisoprenoids used in N-glycosylation across the three domains of life 19348869 Jones MB, Rosenberg JN, Betenbaugh MJ, Krag SS. An exclusive review comparing protein glycosylation in terms of carrier lipids usage in the process, in three domains of life 2009
33 Protein O-mannosylation: Conserved from bacteria to humans 19429925 Lommel M, Strahl S. A detailed view of protein mannosyltransferases from eukaryotes as well as prokaryotes. Implications of O- mannosylation in cell survival and pathogenesis is also discussed 2009
34 Prokaryotic protein glycosylation is rapidly expanding from "curiosity" to "ubiquity". 19621412 Messner P. A snapshot account of glycosylation in prokaryotes detailing milestones in prokaryotic glycobiology. 2009
35 A bacterial glycosyltransferase gene toolbox: Generation and applications 19559449 Erb A, Weiss H, Härle J, Bechthold A. Seventy different bacterial glycosyltransferase have been enlisted that can be explored as potential tools for effective glycosylation of desired proteins/ natural products in bacteria 2009
36 Protein glycosylation in Archaea: Sweet and extreme 20371512 Calo D, Kaminski L, Eichler J. A step by step account of archeal N glycosylation as observed in H. volcanii, M voltae and M maripauldis in comparision with bacterial and eukaryotic N glycosylation 2010
37 S-Layer Glycoproteins and Flagellins: Reporters of Archaeal Posttranslational Modifications 20721273 Jarrell KF, Jones GM, Kandiba L, Nair DB, Eichler J. This review details mechanisms of flagellar and S layer protein biosynthesis in archaea, their glycosylation, lipid modifications as well as tabulated information about the genes/ enzymes involved in the process. 2010
38 Biosynthesis and Role of N-Linked Glycosylation in Cell Surface Structures of Archaea with a Focus on Flagella and S Layers 20976295 Jarrell KF, Jones GM, Nair DB. Presents a detailed analysis of glycosylation of flagellins and S layers of 3 archaeal species. Glycan structures for 7 archaeal species are enlisted. A focus is also made on the glycosylation machinery involved in the assembly of glycans (and their effects on surface structures). 2010
39 N-Linked glycoengineering for human therapeutic proteins in bacteria 20449632 Pandhal J, Wright PC. Provides perspectives on possibility of gearing up a bacterial cell for making human like glycoprotein with the help of prokaryotic glycosylation machinery e.g., Campylobacter PGL cluster. 2010
40 Never take candy from a stranger: the role of the bacterial glycome in host–pathogen interactions 20143949 Reid CW, Fulton KM, Twine SM. Implicaions of bacterial glycans in virulence and host pathogen interaction is discussed. 2010
41 Glycoproteomics: a powerful tool for characterizing the diverse glycoforms of bacterial pilins and flagellins 20863304 Hitchen PG, Twigger K, Valiente E, Langdon RH, Wren BW, Dell A. The review highlights potential of mass spectroscopy in characterizing glycoproteins as well as attached glycans with the help of examples from pili & flagella from bacetria 2010
42 Protein tyrosine O-glycosylation--a rather unexplored prokaryotic glycosylation system. 20200052 Zarschler K, Janesch B, Pabst M, Altmann F, Messner P, Schäffer C. A comprehensive account of Tyr linked O glycosylation as observed in S layer glycoproteins in Paenibacillus alvei. 2010
43 Protein glycosylation in bacteria: sweeter than ever 20948550 Nothaft H, Szymanski CM. An excellent review illustrating a complete picture of various protein glycosylation mechanisms known in bacteria. Schematic diagrams have been used to explain the same. 2010
44 Similarities and Differences in the Glycosylation Mechanisms in Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes 21490701 Dell A, Galadari A, Sastre F, Hitchen P. A detailed comparision between en bloc N glycosylation and sequential O glycosylation in prokaryotes vs eukaryotes. Novel bacterial OSTs that are capable of carrying out sequential N glycosylation and en bloc O glycosylation have also been discussed 2010
45 Glycosyltransferases and their Assays - Wagner GK, Pesnot T. A brief introduction to GT biochemistry and biology and selected examples of recently developed GT bioassays, with emphasis on fluorescence-based formats. 2010
46 New structures, chemical functions, and inhibitors for glycosyltransferases 20129812 Roychoudhury R, Pohl NL. Provides basic information on structures, chemical functions of glycosyltransferases and some strategies altering and inhibiting the chemical functions of glycosyltransferases. 2010
47 Exploring genomes for glycosyltransferases 20556308 Hansen SF, Bettler E, Rinnan A, Engelsen SB, Breton C. A description of glycosyltransferase families, folds is followed by an analysis of suitable methods of data mining for GTs, evaluation thereof and Chemometrics 2010
48 Glycoproteomics and clinical application - Tian Y, Zhan H. Methods for glycoprotein purification/ enrichment and applications of glycoproteomics in biomarker discovery as well as protein glycosylation site identification are reviewed. 2010
49 Chemical tools to discover and target bacterial glycoproteins 20730171 Dube DH, Champasa K, Wang B. Unusual structures of bacterial glycans and their role in pathogenesis are detailed. Use of chemical tools is demonstrated for unvieling novel pathogen-associated targets like unique glycans that can be targeted with therapeutics. 2011
50 Analogies and homologies in lipopolysaccharide and glycoprotein biosynthesis in bacteria 20871101 Hug I, Feldman MF. A step-wise comparision of the LPS and Protein glycosylation pathways in bacteria providing details of the enzymes involved in each step. 2011
51 The S-Layer Glycome—Adding to the Sugar Coat of Bacteria 20871840 Ristl R, Steiner K, Zarschler K, Zayni S, Messner P, Schäffer C. An excellent review summarizing all recent advances in S layer protein glycosylation in Gram-positive bacteria with examples from Geobacillus stearothermophilus and Paenibacillus alvei. 2011
52 The Expanding Horizons of Asparagine-Linked Glycosylation 21506607 Larkin A, Imperiali B. Recent progress in understanding of N linked glycosylation across all three kingdoms has been summarized along with a brief overview of the same in viruses. 2011
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