Title Year Authors Pubmed
Adhesion of Mycoplasma pneumoniae to sulfated glycolipids and inhibition by dextran sulfate 1989 Krivan et al. 2470753
Lacto- and ganglio-series glycolipids are adhesion receptors for Neisseria gonorrhoeae 1990 Krivan 2115881
Characterization of the binding of propionibacterium granulosum to glycosphingolipids adsorbed on surfaces. An apparent recognition of lactose which is dependent on the ceramide structure 1990 Stromberg et al. 2358460
Characterization of the binding of Actinomyces naeslundii (ATCC 12104) and Actinomyces viscosus (ATCC 19246) to glycosphingolipids, using a solid-phase overlay approach 1990 Stromberg et al. 2358461
Binding specificity of Lactobacillus to glycolipids 1996 Yamamoto et al. 8912650
On the dissection of binding epitopes on carbohydrate receptors for microbes using molecular modelling 1998 Calander et al. 2468365
Carbohydrate binding specificity of the neutrophil-activating protein of Helicobacter pylori 1997 Evans et al. 9228091
Lactobacillus johnsonii La1 shares carbohydrate-binding specificities with several enteropathogenic bacteria 2000 Neeser et al. 11087711
Delineation and comparison of ganglioside-binding epitopes for the toxins of Vibrio cholerae, Escherichia coli, and Clostridium tetani: Evidence for overlapping epitopes 1994 Angstrom et al. 7527546
Multiple glycosphingolipids determine the tissue tropism of parvovirus B19. 1995 Cooling et al. 7594654
Carbohydrate recognition by enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli: characterization of a novel glycosphingolipid from cat small intestine 2004 Teneberg et al. 14576169
The major subunit, CfaB, of colonization factor antigen I from enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli is a glycosphingolipid binding protein 2006 Jansson et al. 14576169
Receptor structure for F1C fimbriae of uropathogenic Escherichia coli 2000 Khan et al. 10816509
Evaluation of receptor binding specificity of Escherichia coli K88 (F4) fimbrial adhesin variants using porcine serum transferrin and glycosphingolipids as model receptors 2002 Grange et al. 11953368