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Enzymatic Sequence Analysis of Glycoprotein Glycans

  • Sally B. Prime
  • Nigel F. Shipston
  • Tony H. Merry
Part of the BioMethods book series (BIOMETHODS)

Abstract

Enzymatic methods are used widely in the analysis of glycoprotein glycan sequence because of their ability to determine, in many cases unambiguously, full and accurate sequence information (1–3). Moreover, when coupled with suitable labelling and detection techniques, these methods are applicable to relatively small amounts (∼10 pmol per digestion) of sample, where many other techniques cannot reliably be used.

Keywords

Newcastle Disease Virus Glucose Unit Sialic Acid Residue Hydrodynamic Volume Match Quality 
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  • Sally B. Prime
  • Nigel F. Shipston
  • Tony H. Merry

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