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Sialylation and Metastasis: from tumor-associated antigens discovery to therapeutic development
Aberrant sialylation affects the metastatic behaviour of cancer cells.We have quantified the sialylated cell surface glycoproteins from cells with different metastatic behaviour.The membrane proteins from isogenic human cell lines were analyzed by a method based on TiO2-HILIC-MS.1200 sialylated glycosites, 116 enzymes involved in the glycoconjugate metabolism and for the first time 4 glycosylation sites of Her2 receptor were identified, showing the importance of this tool for discovery and thera

Date Posted: 03/06/2010
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