Comparison of receptor properties of erythrocyte membrane glycoproteins
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Developmental & Comparative Immunology
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Membrane glycoproteins from horse, sheep, goat and bovine erythrocytes were solubilized and purified. These glycoproteins could be placed in three groups based on their degrees of glycosylation: The major bovine erythrocyte glycoprotein (BGII) had 77% sugar, the minor bovine glycoprotein (BGI) had 27% sugar and the others had approximately 50% sugar. Four of the glycoproteins aggregated in a uniform way in aqueous solution--one, BGII, did not. Four had similar subunit sizes of 25-34,000 daltons, but BGII was larger--55,000 daltons. Receptor functions (for plant and invertebrate lectins, antibodies and cell surfaces) of these glycoproteins were primarily those dependent upon the presence of terminal sialic acid residues.
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Klimas, Nancy G.; Caldwell, K. E.; Whitney, P. L.; and Fletcher, Mary A., "Comparison of receptor properties of erythrocyte membrane glycoproteins" (1982). College of Osteopathic Medicine Faculty Articles. 450.