UniCorn is a theoretical N-glycan structure database built from a library of 50 human glycosyltransferases. Enzyme specificities were sourced from major databases including Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG) Glycan, Consortium for Functional Glycomics (CFG), Carbohydrate-Active enZymes (CAZy), GlycoGene DataBase (GGDB) and BRENDA. Based on the known activities, a parameter-free model of glycosylation is used to generate a library of theoretically possible N-glycans. UniCorn also aims to provide an effective curation and quality-checking tool of newly discovered curated glycan structures populating UniCarbKB.

Composition and IUPAC Search

IUPAC search will before a partial match against the database only

New Sub(structure) Search

Accession Number Structure Average Mass Mono. Mass
UCORN1 910.83 910.33
UCORN2 1072.97 1072.38
UCORN3 1072.97 1072.38
UCORN4 1056.97 1056.39
UCORN5 1056.97 1056.39
UCORN6 1114.03 1113.41
UCORN7 1114.03 1113.41
UCORN8 1114.03 1113.41
UCORN9 1235.12 1234.43
UCORN10 1235.12 1234.43