what do glycoproteins do??? please helppp

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hey guys can anyone possibly give me a hand on this asap any help would be greatly appreciated...

the question is worth 2 marks

Posted Tue 16th October, 2012 @ 17:22 by Muzz :P

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Yes the Glycoproteins and Glycolipids are involved in cell to cell recognition through the use of hormones. You can recognise a glycoprotein because it will have a polysaccharide (carbohydrate) chain poking out of the top :)

Answered Thu 25th October, 2012 @ 22:26 by Nuha
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Functions of glycoprotein are :

cell regognition

used for cell signalling

binding cells together

hop this helped :)

Answered Tue 16th October, 2012 @ 20:16 by 94Y86
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Hey there,

Glycoproteins act as a recognition site for chemicals such as hormones. They are the parts on the protein which look like a mini tree with branches! :)

Hope that helps you with your question!

Answered Tue 16th October, 2012 @ 19:32 by Aishwarya
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Answered Thu 25th October, 2012 @ 19:37 by Former Member
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Answered Fri 26th October, 2012 @ 20:22 by Former Member