- n. Plural form of glycoprotein.
“Giuseppe Palmisano and his colleagues report in the Journal of Proteome Research that substances called glycoproteins - proteins coated with sugars - could be at the root of many wine allergies.”
“Agents identified as glycoproteins is the sex-promoting ingredients in the plant.”
“Scientists thwart wine allergies Sulfites long have been blamed for wine allergies, but new research suggests molecules called glycoproteins might be a bigger culprit.”
“Envelope-bound animal viruses instruct the host's endoplasmic reticulum to make certain proteins, called glycoproteins, which then collect in clumps along the cell membrane.”
“The expression sites for variant surface glycoproteins of Trypanosoma brucei.”
“All the plasma proteins are glycoproteins, except for albumin.”
“The liver recognizes and destroys all glycoproteins that are missing their sialic acids, inactivating the glycoproteins.”
“The small oligosaccharides in glycoproteins of mammalian tissues are formed with just a few monosaccharides and neuraminic acid is the predominate one.”
“Neuraminic acid is one of the major species of sugars found in humans and it is a component of practically all the glycoproteins.”
“If one pile of a bridge is damaged, this leads to a weakening of the whole bridge, which becomes a hazard to those crossing it; just as our cell membranes are a hazard to us when their glycoproteins are functionally damaged.”
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