- Research Grants
Felipe Jun Fuzita in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
In mammals, proteins going to the intestinal apical membrane are present in lipid rafts. The lipid rafts are structures rich in cholesterol and glycosphingolipids, more resistant to certain detergents than the rest of the membrane and can be purified by density gradient centrifugation. The incorporation of enzymes in the rafts can alter their activities.The composition and properties of...
Glycosylation is likely the most common post-translational modification in proteins. The protein-attached glycan may present a variety of functions ranging from host-pathogen interaction to cell adhesion and immune response. In the last decade, mass spectrometry-based glycomics/glycoproteomics appeared as an emergent and important research field due to advances in mass spectrometers tec...
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