What are proteoglycans and how are they constructed?

What are proteoglycans and how are they constructed? ..

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A hyaluronic acid chain is the main chain to which are
attached multiple "core proteins" with the help of "link
proteins". To the core proteins are attached many GAGs (via
a serine residue) like a pipe cleaner.

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