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Human milk contains novel glycans that are potential decoy receptors for neonatal rotaviruses.
Structural characterization by multistage mass spectrometry (MSn) of human milk glycans recognized by human rotaviruses.
Application of microarrays for deciphering the structure and function of the human glycome.
Functional glycomic analysis of human milk glycans reveals the presence of virus receptors and embryonic stem cell biomarkers.
Galectins are human milk glycan receptors.
Computational approaches to define a human milk metaglycome.
Human DC-SIGN binds specific human milk glycans.
Isolation and characterization of human milk bile salt-activated lipase C-tail fragment.
Glycoconjugates in human and transgenic animal milk.