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Glycoconjugates are biologically important molecules with diverse functions. They consist of carbohydrates of varying size and complexity, attached to a non-sugar moiety as a lipid or a protein. Glycoconjugate structures are often very complex and their intricate biosynthetic pathways makes overexpression difficult. While the biosynthesis of proteins and nucleic acids follows a template, the assembly of the oligosaccharides is more complex and depends on which glycosylating-enzymes that are active in the cell and if they are capable of glycosylating the substrate
Related Journals of Glycoconjugates
Journal of Glycobiology, Molecular Biology Journal, Chemical Biology Journal, Membrane Science & Technology, Plant Biochemistry & Physiology, Glycoconjugate Journal, Glyco Journals, Recent Advances in Carbohydrates and Glycoconjugates.