Golgi α-mannosidase II (MII) is a processing enzyme involved in N-glycan biosynthesis (Tulsiani et al. 1982b; Moremen and Touster 1985; Moremen et al. 1994). Mil- related enzyme, α-mannosidase IIx (MX), was identified in the human genome; and subsequently, MX cDNA was cloned (Misago et al. 1995).
KeywordsOligosaccharide Substrate Golgi Mannosidase Man2A2 Gene Single GlcNAc Residue Golgi Membrane Fraction
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