glycosyl


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glycosyl

[′glī·kə‚sil]
(biochemistry)
A univalent functional group derived from the cyclic form of glycose by removal of the hemiacetal hydroxyl group.
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Thy-1 a membrane glycoprotein belonging to the immunoglobulin superfamily having three Nglycosylation sites, is linked to the cell surface through a glycosyl phosphatidylinositol (GPI) anchor (31).
Chitinases so far sequenced are classified into two different families, families 18 and 19, in the classification system of glycosyl hydrolases, based on the amino acid sequence similarity of their catalytic domains (4, 7, 8).
Furthermore, since the K145N substitution is located within a glycosylation site, the charge alteration may affect glycosyl transferase activity, which results in altered glycosylation.
thaliana glycosyl 2e-26 75 hydrolase family 1, NP_176375 Unknown functions 1-7 BM928834 H.
Because many of the proteins extracted from the cuticle of decapod crustaceans are glycosylated, we must ask about the role of these glycosyl residues and the location of glycoproteins in the cuticle layers.
5D showed the three catalytic residues Asp100, Glu117, and Glu201, strictly conserved in the glycosyl hydrolase family 12 (8), At the same time, the Fig.
AY-glucosidase was firstly found in bitter apricot seeds by Liegig and Wohler, which can catalyze the hydrolysis of glucosidic bonds between aromatic base (or hydroxyl) and glycosyl groups to generate glucose (Sinnott, 1990).
All glycosyl hydrolases from Bacillus licheniformis were found to be stable in acidic condition and showed optimal activities at high temperature in previous study (Seo et al.
Secondary cell wall polysaccharides from Bacillus cereus strains G9241, 03BB87, and 03BB102 causing fatal pneumonia share similar glycosyl structures with the polysaccharides from Bacillus anthracis.
Description Total score YP 003244249 Glycosyl hydrolase family 32 domain 217 protein, Geobacillus sp.
The formed GDP derivative is used in the enzyme-catalyzed glycosyl transfer.