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O-linked glycan expression during Drosophila development

O-Glycan analysis of cellobiohydrolase I from Neurospora crassa

Galectin-9 binds to O-glycans on protein disulfide isomerase

Major glycan structure underlying expression of the Lewis X epitope in the developing brain is O-mannose-linked glycans on phosphacan/RPTPβ

O-Glycan inhibitors generate aryl-glycans, induce apoptosis and lead to growth inhibition in colorectal cancer cell lines

Structural and genetic analyses of glycan O-acetylation in a bacterial protein glycosylation system: evidence for differential effects on glycan chain length

The multiple roles of epidermal growth factor repeat O-glycans in animal development

Biological Functions of Glycosyltransferase Genes Involved in O-fucose Glycan Synthesis

Mucin-type O-glycans and their roles in intestinal homeostasis

Identification of core 1 O-glycan T-synthase from Caenorhabditis elegans

Specialized expression of simple O-glycans along the rat kidney nephron

A statistical analysis of N- and O-glycan linkage conformations from crystallographic data

Roles of gastric mucin-type O-glycans in the pathogenesis of Helicobacter pylori infection

Glycosylation of a CNS-specific extracellular matrix glycoprotein, tenascin-R, is dominated by O-linked sialylated glycans and “brain-type” neutral N-glycans

Early steps in O-linked glycosylation and clustered O-linked glycans of herpes simplex virus type 1 glycoprotein C: effects on glycoprotein properties

Mice deficient in intestinal γδ intraepithelial lymphocytes display an altered intestinal O-glycan profile compared with wild-type littermates

Antibodies against Citrobacter braakii O37 cells recognize the N-glycan of the band 3 glycoprotein of human erythrocyte membrane

Systems-level modeling of cellular glycosylation reaction networks: O-linked glycan formation on natural selectin ligands


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Carbohydrate moieties linked post-translationally to protein through the hydroxyl group of serine or threonine, usually with an initial GalNAc residue. Unlike the N-glycans there is no consensus sequence for addition and no oligosaccharide precursor is required for protein transfer. See N-glycans.

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