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A new formula for creating chemical reactions -- with carbs

New approach to glycosylation that is remarkably simple and works in water at room temperature


In the world of chemistry, good things can happen if you just add sugar. A wide range of drugs and biochemical probes -- everything from antibiotics to Alzheimer's disease biomarkers -- rely on natural or synthetic compounds that aid a reaction by adding carbohydrates. It's a process called ...


Agilent Technologies and Proteome Systems collaborate on glycomics solution


Agilent Technologies Inc. and Proteome Systems announced they have signed a marketing agreement to collaborate on an integrated solution for the analysis of glycoproteins, molecules that are important in the study of many diseases, including cancer, influenza and arthritis. Under the agreement, ...


Dow and Plant Research International to Collaborate on Therapeutic Glycoprotein Production in Plants


The Dow Chemical Company and Plant Research International B.V. of Wageningen, The Netherlands, have agreed to join forces to speed development of therapeutic proteins with mammalian-like glycan structures in transgenic plants. Through their collaboration, the companies will work to expand the ...


Dow Obtains Patents for Production of Glycoproteins In Transgenic Plant Systems


San Diego, Oct. 1 - The Dow Chemical Company has acquired a global, exclusive assignment of patents involving significant technology in protein glycosylation for enabling the production of "mammalian- like" glycans in plants. Many protein-based therapeutics require glycosyl groups for full ...


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