The central goal of the Research Resource for Integrated Glycotechnology is to increase understanding of the molecular basis of the involvement of carbohydrates in protein-carbohydrate interactions and to develop more powerful technologies necessary to achieve this goal. Complex carbohydrates play an important role in many biomedically important processes, including inflammatory response, hormone action, malignancy, viral and bacterial infections and cell differentiation. As new technologies are developed, application to these processes will be pursued through collaborative and service projects.
Repository for glycan-related enzymes
Kelly Moremen, Ph.D.
|Technical Director and
Analytical Services Contact
Parastoo Azadi, Ph.D.
|Complex Carbohydrate Research Center
315 Riverbend Rd. Athens, GA 30602
Tel: (706)542-4401 Fax: (706)542-4412
|This project was supported by grants from the National Center for Research Resources (RR005351) and the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (GM103390) from the National Institutes of Health.|
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