GlycoEpitope: A Database for Carbohydrate Antigen and Antibody

@inproceedings{Okuda2014GlycoEpitopeAD,
  title={GlycoEpitope: A Database for Carbohydrate Antigen and Antibody},
  author={Shujiro Okuda and Hiromi Nakao and T. Kawasaki},
  year={2014}
}
Glycan research has increasingly spread to many fields in the life sciences. Glycans are carbohydrate sugar chains, which are found in a wide variety of cell types and are recognized by various proteins, viruses, bacteria, and antibodies. Antibodies in particular that detect carbohydrates have been widely used for analyzing glycan functions. GlycoEpitope has been developed as a database to integrate carbohydrate antigens and their recognizing antibodies. The current version of GlycoEpitope was… Expand
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