EGC 2023 Webinar Recordings

Fabian Pfrengle, BOKU Synthetic Plant Glycans as Tools for Cell Wall Biology

 

Nitish Verma, INRS Canada Synthesis of Tumor-Related Type I Oligosaccharides Using Thioglycoside and Oxazoline Donors

 

Paula Videira, NOVA School of Science and Technology, Lisbon Insights on the immunopathology of altered glycosylation

 

David Morgenstern, Weizmann Institute Optimized Glycopeptide Enrichment Method – One bottleneck down

 

 

Pierre Lafite, University of Orleans Thioglycosides enzymatic synthesis – from thioglycoligases to S-glycosyltransferases

 

Maja Pučić Baković, Genos Ltd High-throughput glycomics – analytics behind biomarker discovery

 

Iain Wilson, BOKU, Vienna Comparing nematode glycomes – what’s still to be learnt?

 

 

Toshiki Nokami, Tottori University Electrochemical Synthesis of Cyclic Oligosaccharides

 

 

Hiromune Ando, Gifu University Stereo-controlled synthesis of alpha-glycosides of sialic acid and Kdo

 

 

Sean Austin, Nestlé Quantitative Determination of Human Milk Oligosaccharides

 

 

Hanne Tytgat, Nestlé Human milk oligosaccharides biology – current evidence

 

 

Joanna Mcgouran, Trinity College Dublin Nucleoside & Nucleotide modification towards probing DNA damage repair

 

 

Thaher Pelaseyed, University of Gothenburg From infancy to adulthood: Exploring the barrier function of membrane mucins in the small intestine

 

 

Alan Moran, Janssen Vaccines Serum N-glycosylation RPLC-FD-MS Assay to access colorectal cancer surgical interventions

 

 

Joseph Wakpal, Wayne State University Aminoglycosides as heparan sulfate mimetics to modulate heparanase activity

 

 

Nicole Snyder, Davidson College Glycan Mimetics as Decoys for Inhibiting Viral Entry

 

 

Daniel Polasky: MSFragger-Glyco and FragPipe for Glycoproteomics Data Analysis

 

 

Noortje de Haan, Leiden University Medical Centre Cellular Glycomics: Zooming-in at Cell Surface Glycoproteins

 

 

Thomas Boltje: Metabolic probes to investigate glycosylation

 

 

Daniel Ungar, University of York: Linking Golgi organisation and glycan processing – not all glycosites are born equal