Glycosciences.DB structure entry #564:

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 2D Structure
b-D-Xylp-(1-3)-Ser
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  3D Structure Model
  Corresponding entries: 48
 General Structure Data
 Composition
  NMR Proton Chemical Shift Info
  Literature references: 6

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Reference #21227
Steentoft C; Yang Z; Wang S; Ju T; Vester-Christensen MB; Festari MF; King SL; Moremen K; Larsen ISB; Goth CK; Schjoldager KT; Hansen L; Bennett EP; Mandel U; Narimatsu Y
A validated collection of mouse monoclonal antibodies to human glycosyltransferases functioning in mucin-type O-glycosylation.
Published 2019 in Glycobiology, 29: 645-656
Reference contains 24 structures

Reference #12329
Norberg T; Luning B; Tejbrant J
Solid-phase synthesis of O-glycopeptides
Published 1994 in Methods Enzymol, 247: 87-106
Reference contains 11 structures

Reference #7552
Gooley AA; Williams KL
Towards characterizing O-glycans: the relative merits of in vivo and in vitro approaches in seeking peptide motifs specifying O-glycosylation sites
Published 1994 in Glycobiology, 4: 413-417
Reference contains 7 structures

Reference #100
Garg HG; Von dem Bruch K; Kunz H
Developments in the synthesis of glycopeptides containing glycosyl L-asparagine, L-serine, and L-threonine
Published 1994 in Adv Carbohydr Chem Biochem, 50: 277-310
Reference contains 59 structures

Reference #7717
Ekborg G; Klinger M; Roden L; Jensen JW; Schutzbach JS; Huang DH; Krishna NR; Anantharamaiah GM
Synthesis of 3-O-.beta.-D-Xylopyranosyl-L-Serine (Xyloserine) and O-.beta.-D-Galactopyranosyl-(1-4)-O-.beta.-D-Xylopyranosyl-L-Serine (Galactosylxylosylserine) and Use of the Synthetic Products for Detection of Galactosyltransferase I Activity in Rat Liv
Published 1987 in Glycoconj J, 4: 255-266
Reference contains 1 structure

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