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Total chemical synthesis and NMR characterization of the glycopeptide tx5a, a heavily post-translationally modified conotoxin, reveals that the glycan structure is a-D-Gal-(1- #38;#62;3)-a-D-GalNAc



Total chemical synthesis and NMR characterization of the glycopeptide tx5a, a heavily post-translationally modified conotoxin, reveals that the glycan structure is a-D-Gal-(1- #38;#62;3)-a-D-GalNAc



European Journal of Biochemistry 271(23 24): 39-49




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