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July 27, 2018

Volume 293Issue 30p11654-11970
Open Access
On The Cover: Norovirus capsid protein interacts with high-avidity fucosides. Top, structure of a norovirus P domain that interacts with Lewis-b tetrasaccharide (left sugar) and H-type 1 pentasaccharide (right sugar). Bottom, MALDI mass spectum of fucoidan-derived oligofucoses, and 2D structures of Lewis-b tetrasaccharide (left sugar), H-type 1 pentasaccharide (center sugar), and the fucosylated cyclodextrin (right sugar). For details, see the article by Hanisch et al., pages 11955–11965....
On The Cover: Norovirus capsid protein interacts with high-avidity fucosides. Top, structure of a norovirus P domain that interacts with Lewis-b tetrasaccharide (left sugar) and H-type 1 pentasaccharide (right sugar). Bottom, MALDI mass spectum of fucoidan-derived oligofucoses, and 2D structures of Lewis-b tetrasaccharide (left sugar), H-type 1 pentasaccharide (center sugar), and the fucosylated cyclodextrin (right sugar). For details, see the article by Hanisch et al., pages 11955–11965.

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