Comprehensive Natural Products II Vol.6 Carbohydrates, by Mander L., Liu H.-W.B.

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7,8 A well-studied example is that of erythropoietin (EPO), one of the most successful biotechnology drugs to date, which is used to treat anemia caused by bone marrow suppression. 1 Nature of Glycopeptide and Glycoprotein A glycopeptide consists of a carbohydrate linked to a peptide composed of L- and/or D-amino acids. This would also include a biologically important class of glycopeptides that are nonribosomally synthesized, for example, vancomycin and bleomycin. 9 Most of the naturally occurring glycosidic bonds can be divided into two main groups: the N- and O-glycoside.

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