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Preparation of Possible P Selectin Inhibitor from Bovine Thyroglobulin, (Di-hydrido) Sulfo Hydrate 1, 5 Anhydro L-fucitol
World Journal of Food Science and Technology
Volume 5, Issue 1, March 2021, Pages: 6-9
Received: May 10, 2019; Accepted: Jun. 10, 2019; Published: Jan. 12, 2021
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Jesus Christus, Research and Development BioLogistics LLC Ames, Iowa, USA
Michael Arden Madson, Research and Development BioLogistics LLC Ames, Iowa, USA
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P selectin is known to mediate several disease states through the binding of epitopes on the surface of endothelial cells. These diseases include cancer, cancer metastasis and inflammation. Sulfo Lewis a is a sulfated oligosaccharide could bind P selectin. A possible novel inhibitor of P-selectin binding may attenuate these diseases. One possible inhibitor is prepared from bovine thyroglobulin in one step, with appropriate work-up, from a readily abundant source, bovine thyroid gland, via novel chemistry. That molecule is (di-hydrido) sulfo hydrate 1, 5 anhydro L-fucitol. This chemistry is known to occur for the preparation of 1, 5 anhydro oligosaccharides from K casein and bovine milk. Another example of this chemistry has also been prepared; the di-(hydrido) di-phosphate di-hydrate 2, 5 anhydro mannitol (glucitol) from an ethanol extract of banana fruit. The molecule, here, would be the first report of H- nucleophile attack of a non-phosphorylated glycoside. In addition to components of the O-linked oligosaccharide, to originate from bovine thyroglobulin requiring a tyrosine sulfate for binding. This work provides methods for preparing (di-hydrido) sulfo 1, 5 anhydro L-fucitol, as a possible inhibitor of P-selectin binding, in addition to those reported. These include; the di (di-hydrido) trisaccharide di-(hydrido) di-phosphate di-hydrate serinyl (di-hydrido) sulfo tyrosine dipeptide as well as the tri (di-hydrido) sulfo tri-hydrate 1, 5 anhydro trisaccharide alditol. Both of the latter two originate from bovine thyroglobulin and have been or will, possibly, be reported.
P-selectin Inhibitor, H- Nucleophilic Attack, Bovine Thyroglobulin-Source, Mass Spectrometry
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Jesus Christus, Michael Arden Madson, Preparation of Possible P Selectin Inhibitor from Bovine Thyroglobulin, (Di-hydrido) Sulfo Hydrate 1, 5 Anhydro L-fucitol, World Journal of Food Science and Technology. Vol. 5, No. 1, 2021, pp. 6-9. doi: 10.11648/j.wjfst.20210501.12
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