FIGURE 27.2.. N-glycan diversity in deuterostomes.

FIGURE 27.2.

N-glycan diversity in deuterostomes. Example N-glycan antennae from a brittle star and a sea cucumber (both echinoderms), zebrafish, the African clawed frog, and the mouse are shown as well as those shared between mouse and humans. ±S signifies with or without sulfate. ±Me signifies with or without a methyl group CH3.

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