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    • 5- and 6-glycosylation of transferrin in patients with Alzheimer's disease 

      Van Rensburg S.J.; Berman P.; Potocnik F.; MacGregor P.; Hon D.; De Villiers N. (2004)
      Transferrin is a glycosylated metal-carrying serum protein. One of the biological functions of glycosylation is to regulate the life span of proteins, less glycosylation leading to a faster clearance of a protein from the ...

    • Glycosylation of transferrin in alzheimer's disease and alcohol-induced dementia 

      Van Rensburg S.J.; Berman P.A.; Potocnik F.C.V.; Taljaard J.J.F. (2000)
      Transferrin is a glycosylated metal-binding serum protein. Carbohydrate-deficient transferrin (CDT) is a marker of recent and heavy alcohol intake. A genetic variant of transferrin, TfC2, occurs with increased frequency ...