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Disorders of N-linked glycosylation are increasingly reported in the literature. However, targets responsible for the associated developmental and physiological defects are largely unknown. Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMPs) act as highly dynamic complexes to regulate several functions during development. The range and strength of BMP activity depend on interactions with glycosylated protein complexes in the extracellular milieu. Here we investigate the role of glycosylation for the function ofdoi:10.1101/316448 fatcat:oxqc34z3pzaxxg344rf3iu7crm