Chemical biology of glycoproteins by Zhongping Tan, Lai-Xi Wang (eds.)

By Zhongping Tan, Lai-Xi Wang (eds.)

Glycans play a necessary position in modulating protein constitution and serve as from involvement in protein folding, solubility and balance to law of tissue distribution, attractiveness specificity, and organic task. they could act as either confident and unfavourable regulators of protein functionality, supplying an extra point of regulate with recognize to genetic and environmental conditions.Due to the complexity of Read more...


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