Herwig Stepan

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The glycosylation abilities of snails deserve attention, because snail species serve as intermediate hosts in the developmental cycles of some human and cattle parasites. In analogy to many other host-pathogen relations, the glycosylation of snail proteins may likewise contribute to these host-parasite interactions. Here we present an overview on the(More)
The protein-linked glycomes and, thereby, the range of individual monosaccharides of invertebrates differ from those of mammals due to a number of special modifications; therefore, it is necessary to adapt methods for monosaccharide analysis in order to cover these. We optimized the labeling procedure for anthranilic acid (AA) and(More)
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