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Glycosylation changes leading to the increase in size on the common core of N-glycans, required enzymes, and related cancer-associated proteins
Turkish Journal of Biology
Glycan parts of glycoconjugates on the surfaces of cells regulate many kinds of interactions between the cells and their immediate environments. Alterations in glycosylation on the cancer-associated glycoproteins are responsible for changes in their molecular interactions and biological functions. Glycosylation changes occur in the core and/or at the nonreducing end of the oligosaccharide chains of N-glycans. In this review, we focus on the branching of the common core structure of N-glycans,doi:10.3906/biy-1406-94 fatcat:o2yczwxje5d33ojl7kfcyqfwbi