What is an important function of glycoproteins in animal cells?

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Glycoproteins are important in cell-cell recognition.


Glycoproteins catalyze metabolic reactions.


Glycoproteins contribute to the hydrophobicity of the cell membrane.


Glycoproteins serve as shuttles bringing molecules into a cell.


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