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Analysis of potential glycan-binding proteins (GBPs) and antibodies,
inactivated bacteria or virus on various glycan arrays including CFG
glycan array, microbial glycan array, NCFG-derived defined or shotgun
arrays. More details can be found on the CFG
and NCFG web
Printing of custom microarrays on glass slides using natural occurring
glycans, commercially available or glycopeptides/glycoproteins.
N-glycan and O-glycan profiling of glycoproteins – individual
glycoproteins, serum, cells or tissues by MALDI- (Matrix-Assisted Laser
desorption/Ionization) and other related technologies.
Sialic acid linkage analysis – discriminate between α2,3-linked sialic
acid and α2,6-linked sialic acid by MALDI-TOF.
Consult with the Glycomics Core team to move your glycomics project(s) forward. The Glycomics Core can provide assistance with experimental and project design, grant proposal, research and data interpretation.
Distribution of Reagents
Divers reagents, including cell lines and antibodies, are made
available to the research community only for the cost of shipping and
handling. Reagents are shipped overnight on dry ice or ice packs. The
list of reagents available can be found via the NCFG website here.