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Glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchors are complex glycolipids present on the cell membrane of eukaryotic cells. They can be attached to proteins and carbohydrates or as free glycolipids on the membrane.

Glykosylphosphatidylinositolen (GPIs)

Glycosylphosphatidylinositol anchors are complex glycolipids present on the cell membrane of eukaryotic cells. They can be attached to proteins and carbohydrates or as free glycolipids on the membrane. [mehr]
Carbohydrates are integral part of many naturally occurring proteins and they greatly affect their physical properties and biological functions. Their importance can be seen in the special properties imparted to these molecules...

Glykoproteinen

Carbohydrates are integral part of many naturally occurring proteins and they greatly affect their physical properties and biological functions. Their importance can be seen in the special properties imparted to these molecules... [mehr]
 
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