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GlycoNet scientists help identify new way to regulate gene expression in animals

GlycoNet scientists David Vocadlo and Samy Cecioni, together with a team of researchers including lead author Ta-Wei Liu, studied the way proteins are modified in animals by a specialized sugar unit: O-linked N-acetylglucosamine or “O-GlcNAc.”

US DoD awards US$1.5M to GlycoNet antimicrobial research program

Funding will focus on the development of antibiofilm therapeutics.

GlycoNet invests $1.6 million to further glycomics research

Funds will contribute to studying an array of human diseases.

GlycoNet’s IP Protection Workshops

Join our IP Protection Workshops Montréal (Nov. 9), Vancouver (Nov. 23) & Toronto (Dec. 2) These events are open to GlycoNet members only. Get IP …

GlycoNet’s 2016 Summer Awards

By Chardelle Prevatt This summer, GlycoNet funded four undergraduates­, Pierre Boerkoel, Alysha Burnett, Gray Meckling and Zahra Yussuf, researching antimicrobials, diabetes and obesity and rare …

Developing new leads in the fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria

A unique cell wall target yields promising results against Staphylococcus aureus

A better way to manage blood glucose levels for diabetics

Inhibiting the release of glucose into the bloodstream using a plant-based compound

GlycoNet Director Dr. Lorne Babiuk: First Canadian to win World Agriculture Prize

GlycoNet Director and U of A researcher first Canadian to win major international award By Alexis Kienlen  Dr. Lorne Babiuk, GlycoNet Director and vice-president of …

GlycoNet scientist Dr. Chris Whitfield receives $2M grant

Prof Gets $2-Million Grant to Study Drug-Resistant Pathogens

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