A Carbohydrate polymer comprised of two to twenty monosaccharides

BIOT 601 Introduction to Molecular Biology Quiz 10 Answers


  1. A Carbohydrate polymer comprised of two to twenty monosaccharides
  2. A molecule made of a glycan conjugated to another, non-sugar molecule
  3. Refers to a glycan attached to a nitrogen
  4. An enzyme that removes terminal sugars
  5. A sequence of consecutive amino acids in a protein that can serve as an attachment site for a saccharide
  6. Communities of bacteria that adhere to a moist surface
  7. Long, linear oligosaccharides generally made of repeating units of disaccharides
  8. A technique used to measure the masses of small molecules
  9. Bond between the anomeric carbon of a carbohydrate and another sugar or molecule
  10. A single GalNAc residue bound to a serine or threonine sometimes found on cancer cells
  11. Which of these blood types could a persons with type O blood donate to? (choose all that apply)
  12. What is the name of the linkage between these two sugars?
  13. Which organism has NOT been found to have N-linked glycosylation?
  14. Where is N-glycosylation most likely to occur in the following peptide?
  15. Where is the dolichol-linked sugar that is used for N-glycosylation of proteins made?
  16. Where could O-glycosylation occur in the following peptide (choose all that apply).
  17. Which molecule contains O-antigens?
  18. Which of these occurs in N-glycosylation of eukaryotes but not prokaryotes?
  19. Which of these is NOT a role of GAGs?
  20. You used PNGaseA to remove some glycans from a peptide.  Which of the following statements can you make with certainty (choose all that apply.)