Study of blood group substances (A+N) by combined methods of periodate oxidation and alkaline decomposition View Full Text


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DATE

1972-11

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L. M. Likhosherstov, L. S. Bogdashova, V. A. Derevitskaya

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ConclusionsThe repeated Smith decomposition of the blood group substances (BGS) (A+N) proceeds in sequence at the unreduced ends of the carbohydrate chains, without cleaving either mono- or oligosaccharides.A peptide chain, practically free of carbohydrates, was obtained for the first time by the chemical cleavage of the BGS.A combination of the methods of the Smith decomposition and alkaline degradation made it possible to determine more accurately the structure of the alkaline-labile section of the carbohydrate chains of the BGS. More... »

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2487-2490

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00850100

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