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GLYCOSYLATION

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Nature Chemistryvolume 10pages578580 (2018) | Download Citation

As the most abundant class of biomolecules on Earth, carbohydrates are implicated in a multitude of biological functions. Now, a simple chemical transformation has enabled the direct and selective installation of carbohydrates onto a diverse range of small molecules and peptides.

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