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Default Processing of N-linked glycoproteins

During the processing of particular N-linked glycoproteins, residues of mannose 6-phosphate are generated. Which of the following proteins is most likely to undergo this step in processing?

(A) Apo B receptor
(B) The citrate transport protein of the inner mitochondrial membrane
(C) IgG
(D) Lysosomal α-fucosidase
(E) Mitochondrial isocitrate dehydrogenase
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D- lysosomal enzymes must be directed to the lysosome ( I cell's dz will occur as a result of an error in this process)
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