This is a follow up to Iain's response:
>raju at aecom.yu.edu (T. Shantha Raju) wrote:
>>>> Dear Everyone:
>>>> Does anybody knows of any examples of 4-linked Gals in the polylactosamine
>> chains or in N-/O- linked oligosaccharides?
>>>>Looking at the responses to this post and comparing them to my
>response, I'm wondering whether Shantha meant Gal substituted at
>the 4 position, or the position to (rather than through) which Gal is
>attached to the previous sugar. But it seems the group has answered
>the question both ways! Good to see follow-ups!
>Glycosci co-discussion leader
>wilson at edv1.boku.ac.at
More clearly, my question was to address the 4-linked Gal (i.e. Gal
substituted at O-4) and not the Gal(1->4)GlcNAc. I got a very good answer
from Dr. Khoo's response. I take this oppurtunity to thank all those who
responded to my question.
Thanking you all.
T. Shantha Raju
Department of Cell Biology
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1300 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461, USA.