Glycoproteomics

Background

Glycoproteomics

Glycosylation is present in 50% of proteins and is considered an important post-translational modification. Protein glycosylation plays a key role in many biological processes, such as cell adhesion, protein translation regulation, cellular immunity, protein degradation, etc. The glycosylation pattern changes during tumor development, which can be used for early cancer diagnosis and monitor the progress of tumorous diseases. Glycoproteomics is a branch of proteomics used to identify, classify, quantify, and characterize glycoproteins, including the elucidation of glycosylation sites and the analysis of glycoprotein structure and function.

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  • Able to handle complex and low-abundance samples
  • A variety of world-class technology platforms
  • High accuracy and high stability
  • Cost-effective

CD BioGlyco has rich experience in all kinds of analysis of glycoproteomics. Our well-trained researchers and numbers of technology platforms can provide a variety of high-quality services according to your research needs. We hope to start the exploration of glycobiology with you.

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Reference:

  1. Yang, Y.; et al. Glycoproteomics: A balance between high-throughput and in-depth analysis. Trends in Biotechnology. 2017, 35(7): 598-609.
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