Correlating glycoforms of DC-SIGN with stability using a combination of enzymatic digestion and ion mobility mass spectrometry
The immune scavenger protein DC‐SIGN interacts with glycosylated proteins and has a putative role in facilitating viral infection. How these recognition events take place with different viruses is not clear and the effects of glycosylation on the folding and stability of DC‐SIGN have not been reported. Herein, we report the development and application of a mass‐spectrometry‐based approach to both uncover and characterise the effects of O‐glycans on the stability of DC‐SIGN. We first quantify ...Expand abstract
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