O-linked glycans mediate apical sorting of human intestinal sucrase-isomaltase through association with lipid rafts

@article{Alfalah1999OlinkedGM,
  title={O-linked glycans mediate apical sorting of human intestinal sucrase-isomaltase through association with lipid rafts},
  author={Marwan Alfalah and Ralf Jacob and Ute Preuss and Klaus Peter Zimmer and Hussein Y. Naim and Hassan Y. Naim},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={1999},
  volume={9},
  pages={593-S2}
}

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