Independent Lec1A CHO glycosylation mutants arise from point mutations in N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase I that reduce affinity for both substrates. Molecular consequences based on the crystal structure of GlcNac-TI

W. Chen, U. M. Ünligil, J. M. Rini, P. Stanley

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