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GPI anchor


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GPI anchor

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Identification of GPI anchor attachment signals by a Kohonen self-organizing map

Biosynthesis, Remodelling and Functions of Mammalian GPI-anchored Proteins: Recent Progress

Structure and dynamics of the conserved protein GPI anchor core inserted into detergent micelles

Cold acclimation is accompanied by complex responses of glycosylphosphatidylinositol (GPI)-anchored proteins in Arabidopsis

GPI-Anchor Synthesis in Mammalian Cells: Genes, Their Products, and a Deficiency

Temperature Effects on the Structural and Functional Properties of GPI-Anchored and Anchor-Less Bull Seminal Plasma Ecto-5-Nucleotidase

Aspergillus fumigatus Cap59-like protein A is involved in α1,3-mannosylation of GPI-anchors

Correct GPI-anchor synthesis is required for the incorporation of endoglucanase/glucanosyltransferase Bgl2p into the Saccharomyces cerevisiae cell wall

Matrix Metalloproteinase-9 Associated with Heparan Sulphate Chains of GPI-Anchored Cell Surface Proteoglycans Mediates Motility of Murine Colon Adenocarcinoma Cells

Genomic Structures and Characterization of Rael Family Members Encoding GPI-Anchored Cell Surface Proteins and Expressed Predominantly in Embryonic Mouse Brain

Post-translational GPI lipid anchor modification of proteins in kingdoms of life: analysis of protein sequence data from complete genomes

Sequence properties of GPI-anchored proteins near the omega-site: constraints for the polypeptide binding site of the putative transamidase.

Molecular dynamics simulation of human prion protein including both N-linked oligosaccharides and the GPI anchor

GPI anchor biosynthesis in yeast: phosphoethanolamine is attached to the α1,4-linked mannose of the complete precursor glycophospholipid

Comparison of the N-linked glycans from soluble and GPI-anchored CD59 expressed in CHO cells

Cellular Distribution of a GPI-Anchored Complement Regulatory Protein CD59: Homodimerization on the Surface of HeLa and CD59-Transfected CHO Cells

 

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A post-translational modification (glypiation) of proteins by the addition of glycosyl phosphatidyl inositol (GPI) to the C-terminal amino acid of the protein. The lipid portion (‘pigtail’) is embedded in the membrane, thereby anchoring the protein.

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