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Biochemistry (Moscow)

, Volume 78, Issue 7, pp 679–696 | Cite as

Glycobiology: Progress, problems, and perspectives

  • G. Ya. WiederschainEmail author
Review

Abstract

This review highlights different aspects of glycobiology with analysis of recent progress in the study of biosynthesis, degradation, and biological role of glycoconjugates and of hereditary diseases related to the metabolism of these compounds. In addition, the review presents some analysis of the papers of other authors who have contributed to this special issue.

Key words

glycobiology glycans glycoconjugates glycosyltransferases glycosidases lectins receptors lysosomes glycosidoses lysosomal storage diseases hereditary disorders biosynthesis and degradation of glycoconjugates 

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  1. 1.Department of BiologyProgram in GlycobiologyChestnut HillUSA

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