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Glycoproteomic software solutions spotlight glycans

Software solutions pGlyco3 and StrucGP both aim to better assign the glycan part of a glycopeptide beyond simple glycosyl composition, but they differ in their strategies, their requirement for a glycan library and their applicability to O-glycopeptides.

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Fig. 1: Key MS2 fragment ions used to identify a glycopeptide.


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Khoo, KH. Glycoproteomic software solutions spotlight glycans. Nat Methods 18, 1457–1458 (2021).

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