Microscopy & Microtechniques
CCD-BASED SYSTEM OFFERS RAPID METHOD FOR DETECTING GLYCOSYLATED AND NON-GLYCOSYLATED PROTEINS
Aug 09 2007
Author: Paru Oatey on behalf of Syngene
Glycosylation is the most common form of post-translational modification of human and other eukaryotic proteins. Glycoproteins have vital roles in many physiological and pathological reactions and are also responsible for molecular recognition, cell signalling and protein stability, as well as protein folding and structure. Therefore, identifying glycoproteins is often of critical importance in life science research.
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