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Trans-species "A-like" and human blood group A-phenotype-specific GalNAc-glycosylations as they relate to the formation of natural anti-A isoagglutinin and cross-reactive anti-Tn
The multiple trans-species, genetically as-yet-undefined functions of%0A"A-like" O-GalNAc-Ser/Thr glycosylations1-3, which dominate the early%0Acarbohydrate metabolism of vertebrates, are different from the%0Aspecies-intrinsic and human phenotype-determining A-allelic enzyme proteins and/or%0Afunctions being expressed only after formation of the zygote. The volatilely%0Aexpressed "A-like" O-GalNAc glycans are structurally related to and%0Alikely imply metabolic relationships with the mucin-typedoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4068177.v6 fatcat:2nqmksqntnf3tb4k3d4icozvvy