Glycoconjugates consist of carbohydrates, or glycans, linked to a protein, lipid, peptide, and other compounds. Glycoconjugates are formed by glycosylation and are involved in various biological processes in organisms. Glycobiology research studies the structure and activity of carbohydrates and glycoconjugates in relation to human health. Understanding how disorders in these processes lead to severe diseases is also relevant to molecular and cellular biology, proteomics, and medicine.
We offer a comprehensive portfolio of glycoconjugates including glycolipids, glycoproteins, and lipopolysaccharides for all your research needs, including extraction, characterization, formulation, chemical/enzymatic modifications involving non-conventional media or activation modes. Discover drug targets for infectious diseases, inflammation, and cancer; develop new potential vaccines against cancer, viral and bacterial infections, and other diseases; and explore other potential uses of glycoconjugates as therapeutics.
Article: Purification and Removal of Glycoproteins and Polysaccharides
Article: Strategies for Deglycosylating N-linked Glycans
Brochure: Glycoconjugates from GlycoNZ
Selection Guide: Deglycosylation
Selection Guide: Glycoproteomics Selection Guide — Deglycosylation
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