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Combinatorial Enzymatic Synthesis of Heparan Sulfate, J.-H. Kim, R. J. Linhardt, Chemistry & Biology, 14, 972-973, 2007.
Escherichia coli K5 heparosan was enzymatically modified by Chen and colleagues to construct a library of heparan sulfate polysaccharides for evaluation, leading to the discovery that a 2-O-sulfoiduronic acid residue is not essential for antithrombin-mediated anticoagulant activity in larger oligosaccharide and polysaccharide structures.;
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