glycosaminoglycan attachment site


glycosaminoglycan attachment site
In proteoglycans a number of glycosaminoglycan chains are attached to a core protein through a xyloside residue which is linked to a serine residue at the consensus pattern S-G-X-G.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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