glycate

gly·cate

(glī'kāt),
The product of the nonenzymic reaction between a sugar and the free amino group(s) of proteins in which it is not known whether the sugar is attached by a glycosyl or a glycoside linkage, or has formed a Schiff base.

glycate

the product of a nonenzymatic reaction between a sugar and a free amino group of a protein.
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It can either directly glycate and inactivate key biological molecules involved in growth or be metabolized to the toxic compound methylglyoxal.
Recently, scientists at North Carolina State University established a procedure that glycates WPI (GWPI).
At present no simple inexpensive point-of-care test for these glycates exists.