PMID: 7055606Jan 12, 1982

Structural organization of the carbohydrate moiety of human transcortin as determined by methylation analysis of the whole glycoprotein

Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta
A A AkhremO A Strel'chyonok

Abstract

Methylation analysis of human transcortin showed that this glycoprotein contains N-glycosidically linked oligosaccharide chains of N-acetyllactosamine type, most of the chains being biantennary and others tri- and/or tetra-antennary. The carbohydrate chains of transcortin are also heterogeneous with respect to the content of fucose and the position of the glycosidic linkages.

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Transcortin
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