Glycoconjugates, Glycomics and Transcriptomics

Glycomics is a branch in genetics that uses DNA sequencing methods, recombinant DNA, and bioinformatics to sequence, assemble and identify the role and arrangement of glycans along with the genomes. Transcriptomics is a comparatively new branch of science that is concerned with the organised study of the chemical products or metabolites that cells and organisms produce. Certainly, most human metabolomics reports published today, even those developing the recent and most sensitive LC-MS/MS technologies, typically succeed in recognizing or characterising fewer than 100 compounds. This comprises the human cerebrospinal fluid metabolome: the human saliva metabolome and the human serum metabolome. This resembles to fewer than 1% of the recognized human metabolome.

  • Glycan synthesis
  • Glycan synthesis
  • Transcriptome analysis
  • Next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies
  • Whole genome sequencing
  • Cancer genome biology
  • Gene expression profiling

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