glycophorins

A class of abundant transmembrane glycoproteins of the human erythrocyte. The major component is a 131 residue peptide chain that is highly O-glycosylated and is rich in terminal sialic acid. The peptide chain carries the MN blood group antigens at its N-terminus.

glycophorins

<protein> A class of abundant transmembrane glycoproteins of the human erythrocyte. ... The major component is a 131 residue peptide chain that is highly O glycosylated and is rich in terminal sialic acid. The peptide chain carries the MN blood group antigens at its N terminus. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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glycophorins

Type: Term Pronunciation: glī′kō-fōr′inz Definitions: 1. A group of glycoproteins found in erythrocyte membranes; certain glycophorins are associated with blood group antigens; glycophorin A is the major glycophorin; a deficiency of glycophorin C is observed in type 4 hereditary elliptocytosis.
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