glycome


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glycome

(glī′kōm′)
n.
The complete set of carbohydrates that are metabolized by an organism.

glycome

(glī′kōm″) [ glyc- + -ome]
The complete set of carbohydrates within an organism.
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We matched the observed MS peaks with the human serum N-linked glycome library which was reported by S.
Structural and quantitative evidence for dynamic glycome shift on production of induced pluripotent stem cells.
Further experiments designed to elucidate the HDL glycome, the biology of HDL-glycosylated proteins, and their effects on HDL metabolism, size, and function will be of great interest and help determine potential mechanisms involved in the current observations.
Mahal, "A ratiometric lectin microarray approach to analysis of the dynamic mammalian glycome," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Moreover, glycome modulations are observed in the course of diseases in tissues, extracellular fluids and serum.
Recent studies in the glycomics field also offered insights into the biological significance of the glycome in the pathogenesis of diseases in humans [32].
Cummings, "The repertoire of glycan determinants in the human glycome," Molecular BioSystems, vol.
The S-Layer Glycome, Adding to the Sugar Coat of Bacteria.
Five examples include mental disorders, protein folding, and glycome determinants.
Most changes in embryo microenvironment are not reflected on its morphology; therefore, it is time to change the assessment procedures and open the door for sub-cellular level of data integration methods such as genome, proteome, transcriptome, glycome and metabolome.
In the postgenomic era, the study of the "glycome" has enabled the association of specific glycan structures with the transition from normal to neoplastic tissue [4].
New technologies for glycomic analysis: toward a systematic understanding of the glycome. Annu.