The role of lysosomal sialidase and beta-galactosidase in processing the complex carbohydrate chains on lysosomal enzymes and possibly other glycoproteins.

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Previous studies using the lectin RCA-I from Ricinus communis have indicated that several lysosomal enzymes in the fibroblasts of patients deficient in beta-galactosidase carry excess terminal galactose. Electrophoretic studies have shown that the same enzymes and the non-lysosomal adenosine deaminase also show excess terminal sialic acid in patients… (More)

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@article{Swallow1984TheRO, title={The role of lysosomal sialidase and beta-galactosidase in processing the complex carbohydrate chains on lysosomal enzymes and possibly other glycoproteins.}, author={Dallas M Swallow and Lynne F. West and A F Van Elsen}, journal={Annals of human genetics}, year={1984}, volume={48 Pt 3}, pages={215-21} }