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Stanford Team Discover an Entirely New Kind of Biomolecule

News   May 18, 2021 | Original story from Stanford University

 
Stanford Team Discover an Entirely New Kind of Biomolecule

Glycans are a common carbohydrate found on cell surfaces that are known to modify lipids (fats) and proteins in a process called glycosylation. Now there's evidence that some living things use RNA as a third scaffold for glycosylation. Credit: Ryan Flynn

 
 
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