GlycoNet scientist Mariela Segura is developing glycomics-based solutions to improve livestock health.
Catégorie : Points saillants de la recherche
A network serving the field of glycomics research provides a platform for connections and funding
Thanks to a large donation and the work of GlycoNet researcher and UdeM biochemist Alexey Pshezhetsky, the Elisa Linton Research Chair in Lysosomal Diseases will help treat Sanfilippo disease and similar genetic syndromes.
Janice Bailey, Jason Acker and Louise St-Onge have joined the GlycoNet Board of Directors
GlycoNet researchers have developed specialized nanobodies that could enable the immune system to fight triple-negative breast cancer more effectively.
Congratulations to Drs. Carolyn Bertozzi and Morten Meldal whose groundbreaking work has opened doors in glycomics innovation.
Researchers are a step closer to understanding how Parkinson’s disease develops and progresses.
Read some highlights from the 2022 Canadian Glycomics Symposium.
Findings show promise for developing potential new anti-inflammatory drugs and treatments for autoimmune diseases.
GlycoNet researchers are studying a group of molecules that could provide insight into treating and monitoring neurodegenerative diseases.