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4 Glycan List In GlyTouCan, the entire list of registered glycan structures can be seen from the “Glycan List” option under the “View All” menu. From this view, glycans can be filtered to find a particular glycan structure matching specific conditions. 0: The First International Glycan Structure Repository 55 Fig. 16 Filtering of glycan structure in a Glycan List. The Glycan List displays the entire list of registered glycan structures. This screen can be used to filter by specific conditions such as selected motifs, monosaccharides, and mass 56 D.
There are two ways to draw this structure in GlycanBuilder. 0: The First International Glycan Structure Repository 61 Fig. 22 Structure menu in GlycanBuilder. The structure menu includes templates of glycan structures and residues Fig. 23 Linkage window in GlycanBuilder.
The corresponding search form is found at ! Query Monosaccharide. In the section Query MonosaccharideDB by name, you can enter a residue name and specify the notation scheme that is used to encode the residue (Fig. 1). For example, select CFG notation to define a residue in LinearCode®, enter the monosaccharide name GNb (case sensitive), and press the submit button. This will direct you to the entry page of “-D-GlcpNAc (Fig. ); a list of the 3 Translation and Validation of Carbohydrate Residue Names.