Protein-linked glycans in periodontal bacteria: prevalence and role at the immune interface

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Settem, Rajendra P.; Honma, Kiyonobu; Stafford, Graham P.; Sharma, Ashu;

Protein modification with complex glycans is increasingly being recognized in many pathogenic and non-pathogenic bacteria, and is now thought to be central to the successful life-style of those species in their respective hosts. This review aims to convey current knowle... View more
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