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Blood group glycolipids as epithelial cell receptors for Candida albicans
Infection and Immunity
The role of glycosphingolipids as possible epithelial cell receptors for Candida albicans was examined by investigating the binding of biotinylated yeasts to lipids extracted from human buccal epithelial cells and separated on thin-layer chromatograms. Binding was visualized by the addition of 125 I-streptavidin followed by autoradiography. Five C. albicans strains thought from earlier work to have a requirement for fucose-containing receptors all bound to the same three components in the lipiddoi:10.1128/iai.64.3.891-896.1996 fatcat:rojesuismzfvvivzkavq2odrqy