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<p>Glycosylation is the process of adding &lt;a href="Sugars"&gt;sugars&lt;/a&gt; onto a &lt;a href="Protein"&gt;protein&lt;/a&gt;, lipid or any organic molecule&#160;<span class="fck_mw_ref">Ajit Varki et al. (2009 Essentials of Glycobiology, Second Edition, Cold Spring Harbour (NY): Cold Spring Laboratory Press , Chapter1</span>&#160;<span class="fck_mw_ref">Alberts et al., (2008) Molecular Biology of the cell, 5th edition New York: Garland science. Pg 776</span>.&#160;Glucosylation is&#160;catalysed by enzymes&#160;called&#160;glycosyltransferases <span class="fck_mw_ref">Ajit Varki et al. (2009 Essentials of Glycobiology, Second Edition, Cold Spring Harbour (NY): Cold Spring Laboratory Press , Chapter1</span>,&#160;in the lumen of the &lt;a href="Endoplasmic Reticulum"&gt;endoplasmic reticulum&lt;/a&gt; and the Golgi complex<span class="fck_mw_ref">Berg et al.,(2006) Biochemistry, 6th edition, New York. Pg 317</span>.<br />
Glycosylation is the process of adding [[Sugars|sugars]] onto a [[Protein|protein]], lipid or any organic molecule&nbsp;<ref>Ajit Varki et al. (2009 Essentials of Glycobiology, Second Edition, Cold Spring Harbour (NY): Cold Spring Laboratory Press , Chapter1</ref>&nbsp;<ref name="null">Alberts et al., (2008) Molecular Biology of the cell, 5th edition New York: Garland science. Pg 776</ref>.&nbsp;Glucosylation is&nbsp;catalysed by enzymes&nbsp;called&nbsp;glycosyltransferases <ref>Ajit Varki et al. (2009 Essentials of Glycobiology, Second Edition, Cold Spring Harbour (NY): Cold Spring Laboratory Press , Chapter1</ref>,&nbsp;in the lumen of the [[Endoplasmic Reticulum|endoplasmic reticulum]] and the Golgi complex<ref>Berg et al.,(2006) Biochemistry, 6th edition, New York. Pg 317</ref>.<br>
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Glycosylation

Glycosylation is the process of adding <a href="Sugars">sugars</a> onto a <a href="Protein">protein</a>, lipid or any organic molecule Ajit Varki et al. (2009 Essentials of Glycobiology, Second Edition, Cold Spring Harbour (NY): Cold Spring Laboratory Press , Chapter1 Alberts et al., (2008) Molecular Biology of the cell, 5th edition New York: Garland science. Pg 776. Glucosylation is catalysed by enzymes called glycosyltransferases Ajit Varki et al. (2009 Essentials of Glycobiology, Second Edition, Cold Spring Harbour (NY): Cold Spring Laboratory Press , Chapter1, in the lumen of the <a href="Endoplasmic Reticulum">endoplasmic reticulum</a> and the Golgi complexBerg et al.,(2006) Biochemistry, 6th edition, New York. Pg 317.

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