glycobiology


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gly·co·bi·ol·o·gy

 (glī′kō-bī-ŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The branch of biology that deals with the structure and function of glycans. Also called glycomics.
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For the third edition, the summary of current glycobiology has expanded from vertebrate and multi-cellular animals to explore glycans in all domains of life.
Professor Stephen Martin, Chairman of the Editorial Board of Tetrahedron Journals, said on announcing this years winner, Professor Kiessling has performed truly ground-breaking research in the broad field of chemical glycobiology, an important field she has played a major role in shaping.
Thus, application of glycobiology products is expected to rise in near future, owing to their high potential in personalized medicine.
Conference Series LLC takes this pride moment to declare the 3rd Glycobiology World Congress, to be held during June 26-28, 2017 in London, UK with the theme Glycobiology: Simple construction of sweet glycoprobes.
Extensive research related to carbohydrate molecule in various fields such as marine science and food & beverages industry is expected to fuel growth of the global glycobiology market.
Launched in 2012, Forever Youth Liberator Serum harnessed a scientific breakthrough uncovered by glycobiology, and represented a next-generation beauty weapon, according to YSL.
Mannatech, the founder of the Mission 5 Million social entrepreneurial movement and innovator of naturally sourced supplements based on Real Food Technology solutions, has introduced Uth Advanced Skin Matrix Rejuvenation Creme, a new skin care product based on the science of glycobiology, it was reported yesterday.
Catherine Merry of Manchester's Stem Cell Glycobiology group.
which was discontinued by the manufacturer in 2011 as part of its broader decision to pull out of the research reagents and glycobiology biochemicals business.
This is the Holy Grail of research into developing new therapeutics using stem cell technology," said lead author Dr Catherine Merry, from Manchester's Stem Cell Glycobiology group.
Structural glycobiology examines diverse structural and functional roles of carbohydrates using a wide variety of experimental as well as theoretical, predictive approaches.
Experts in "glycomics" or glycobiology - the study of glycans - say they are vital to maintaining the body's systems but decline in old age, with the skin particularly effected.