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Host-microorganism interaction. Developmentally regulated lectin-mediated capture of nematodes by nematode-trapping fungi



Host-microorganism interaction. Developmentally regulated lectin-mediated capture of nematodes by nematode-trapping fungi



Lectins biology, biochemistry, clinical biochemistry Volume 1-3rd Lectin Meet, Copenhagen, Denmark, June 1980: 43-50



The authors recapitulate their findings in experiments on nematode-trapping by Arthrobotrys oligospora. They have shown that the traps have a lectin binding to carbohydrate residues on the nematode surface. The lectin is GalNAc specific and metal ion dependent and it seems to bind to a glycoprotein on the nematode cuticle.

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