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Where do glycoprotein grow?

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Glycoproteins are commonly found at the surface of cells. They can be found in gastrointestinal mucus secretions, connective tissues, and blood plasma. Glycoproteins are also used as lubricants and protective agents. They play a role in cell-cell interactions. There are three types of glycoproteins: N-linked glycoproteins, O-linked glycoproteins, and nonenzymatic glycosylated glycoproteins.

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Glycoproteins are created in the nucleolus (in the Nucleus) the messenger RNA then exits the nuclear envelope via a nuclear pore, then it attaches to a ribosome on the R.E.R (rough endoplasmic reticulum). the protein is synthesised by the ribosome and is folded in the R.E.R. The R.E.R transports the protein throughout the cell to the Golgi body where the protein is further processed (sugars added) before budding off the Golgi body, it then infuses with the bi-layered plasma membrane by means of exocytosis where it is released into the extracellular environment

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They don't because they are on the out side of a virus which is not living and does not grow.

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