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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Therefore, human serum glycome has indeed great potential to provide enormous amount of valuable information regarding carcinogenesis and other pathogenesis.
Leiserowitz, "The development of retrosynthetic glycan libraries to profile and classify the human serum N-linked glycome," Proteomics, vol.
Salicinium, a natural plant extract, is a glycome (complex sugar molecule) that enters into a metabolic reaction which shuts down the ability of the cancer cell to hide from the immune system.
In contrast to COG7- and ATP6V0A2-CDG glycomes, the percentage of triantennary glycans was not decreased, and there was no increase in ions with terminal GlcNAc or oligomannosidic glycans.
Glycome diagnosis of human induced pluripotent stem cells using lectin microarray.
Structural and quantitative evidence for dynamic glycome shift on production of induced pluripotent stem cells.