Diversity in Protein Glycosylation among Insect Species

@inproceedings{Vandenborre2011DiversityIP,
  title={Diversity in Protein Glycosylation among Insect Species},
  author={Gianni Vandenborre and Guy Smagghe and Bart Ghesqui{\`e}re and Gerben Menschaert and Rameshwaram Nagender Rao and Kris Gevaert and Els J. M. van Damme},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND A very common protein modification in multicellular organisms is protein glycosylation or the addition of carbohydrate structures to the peptide backbone. Although the Class of the Insecta is the largest animal taxon on Earth, almost all information concerning glycosylation in insects is derived from studies with only one species, namely the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS In this report, the differences in glycoproteomes between insects belonging… CONTINUE READING
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