Glycosylation is one of the most common post-translational modifications of proteins. It is estimated that over half of mammalian proteins are glycosylated. They are vital for a wide range of biological processes like transporting molecules, production of enzymes and acting as cell attachment-recognition sites. There are primarily two types of protein glycosylation: O-linked and N-linked.
N-linked glycans are covalently attached to the protein at asparagine (Asn) residues.
A variety of proteins are post-translationally modified with clustered sites of O-glycosylation. These are serine and threonine rich stretches within the amino acid sequence that have short O-glycan chains.
We provide tools for the food and pharmaceutical industry to measure glycans from leading European company, Ludger Limited and leading USA company, QA Bio Inc.
Tools and Reagents Available for Glyco analysis include –
Glycan Release Kit
Glycan Clean Up Accessories
Glycan Labeling Kit
HPLC Columns and Buffers
Labelled Glycan Standards
Monosaccharide and Sialic Acid standards
Chitotriose and GPEP-A2G2S2 Standards for Glycan Quantitation
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