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1972) Hakomori et -..... ~ (') .. C N ... III 3 CD III '< en - 'a 0 Q. " III Q. :::I DI Fi CD ~ r- 5' III ~ 'a CD DI 22 Winifred M. Watkins characterized but there is no reason to believe that they do not occur on red cell membranes of group B individuals. Evidence for the presence in human erythrocyte membranes of high molecular weight glycolipids with carbohydrate moieties of a size and degree of complexity hitherto unknown in glycosphingolipids was first presented by Gardas and Koscielak (\974a).

The arrows indicate the positions to which the respective sugars are transferred. Chapter 1: ABO, Lewis, and P Blood Group Systems 39 about the same efficiency, indicating that the hydroxyl group at C-6 of the galactose is not necessary for binding the enzyme. That the O-configuration of the sugar is essential may be inferred from the failure of Lgalactose or L-fucose to function as acceptors. Similarly, the necessity for the J3-anomeric linkage of the galactose was demonstrated by tests with a series of alkyl and aryl-o-galactopyranosides.

That the O-configuration of the sugar is essential may be inferred from the failure of Lgalactose or L-fucose to function as acceptors. Similarly, the necessity for the J3-anomeric linkage of the galactose was demonstrated by tests with a series of alkyl and aryl-o-galactopyranosides. , 1976). In the H determinants occurring in the human-blood-group-active glycoproteins and glycolipids, the J3-galactosyl residue is usually linked to N-acetylglucosamine by either a 1~3 (Type I) or 1~4 (Type 2) linkage.

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