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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of glycan

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of glycan:
/ɡlajkən/

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  1. and similar from glycan to glycan to glycan.
  2. We had N-glycan and O-glycan, and ... Oh my gosh.
  3. when the glycan appears on the cell surface, that reactive functional group
  4. bound to a cell surface glycan.
  5. These are glycan structures that have been found to be highly elevated
  6. and that's reflected in their glycan structures.
  7. and it appears usually at the end of complex glycan chain
  8. is what we might refer to scientifically as a glycan.
  9. Glycan is just another word for a complex sugar molecule.
  10. glycan structures that weren't present in the original state.
  11. So at the very least, you can think of a glycan as having two ends.
  12. of actual glycan structures that have been found on human glycoproteins.
  13. one we call an N-glycan.
  14. We call this an N-glycan because it is attached
  15. This variety is called an O-glycan.
  16. It's an O-glycan because it is linked to the oxygen atom
  17. And as you can see this particular N-glycan is branched.
  18. And here, this is an O-glycan that also has a
  19. Likewise, in the O-glycan family, there's a lot of diversity out here
  20. through a glycan on a glycoprotein or a glycolipid.