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Membrane-associated carbohydrates can be covalently
Binds to lipids or proteins:
Glycolipids are a carbohydrate that covalently binds
a lipid. Carbohydrate units often move across the membrane, where they act as symbols
signals for interactions between cells. For example, the
Carbohydrate of some glycolipids is converted during the cell
Has cancer. This option may allow white blood cells
cells for the destruction of cancer cells.

Glycoproteins are composed of a carbohydrate that covalently binds
in a protein. Bonded carbohydrates are oligosaccharide chains, usually no more than 15 monosaccharides.
units length. Glycoproteins help a cell identify other cells and proteins.
The membrane may contain “letters” of monosaccharides
Used to generate various messages.

Note that sugar molecules can be made up of 3–4 carbons from chapter 3
interconnected on different platforms, forming a linear or
Branched oligosaccharides with multiple three-dimensional forms. a specific form of oligosaccharide
The glass-shaped form can be bound from one cell to a nearby cell. This binding forms the basis of cell-to-cell adhesion.

Cell identification and adhesion
Some organisms, such as bacteria, are unicellular; i.e,.

 

 

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