The glycosylation pattern of secretory granules in binucleate trophoblast cells is highly conserved in ruminants.

@article{Klisch2010TheGP,
  title={The glycosylation pattern of secretory granules in binucleate trophoblast cells is highly conserved in ruminants.},
  author={Karl Klisch and F B Peter Wooding and Carolyn Priester Jones},
  journal={Placenta},
  year={2010},
  volume={31 1},
  pages={
          11-7
        }
}
The binucleate trophoblast cells (BNCs) in the ruminant placenta are a unique feature of this taxon. These cells produce several secretory proteins and transfer these across the fetomaternal barrier into the dam. We used lectin histochemistry with a panel of 24 lectins to characterise the glycosylation pattern of BNC secretory granules in a variety of ruminants. Seven species out of three ruminant families were thus investigated: greater malayan chevrotain (Tragulidae); fallow deer, red deer… CONTINUE READING
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