X-ray crystallography and mass spectroscopy reveal that the N-lobe of human transferrin expressed in Pichia pastoris is folded correctly but is glycosylated on serine-32

Maria C. Bewley, Beatrice M. Tam, Jasmine Grewal, Shouming He, Steven Shewry, Michael E.P. Murphy, Anne B. Mason, Robert C. Woodworth, Edward N. Baker, Ross T.A. MacGillivray

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