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GlycoNet researchers develop new chemical biological tools to monitor Parkinson’s disease

Researchers are a step closer to understanding how Parkinson’s disease develops and progresses.

GlycoNet startup, ABOzymes, completes seed financing round to fund development of technology to enable universal organ transplants and blood transfusions

Glycomics is an integral part of ABOzymes’ life-saving research and technology development.

Engagement and collaboration in action at the 2022 Canadian Glycomics Symposium

Read some highlights from the 2022 Canadian Glycomics Symposium.

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Enzymes linked with immune cell activity could hold key to better understanding inflammation

Findings show promise for developing potential new anti-inflammatory drugs and treatments for autoimmune diseases.

GlycoNet partner company, Alectos Therapeutics, enters ground-breaking $700 million agreement with Biogen

This collaboration combines Alectos’ expertise in small-molecule therapeutics with Biogen’s development capabilities in movement disorders.

Glycomics is writing the next chapter in bioinnovation

In BIOTECanada’s Insights Magazine, GlycoNet Scientific Director Warren Wakarchuk writes about the importance of glycomics, opportunities to leverage glycomics, and Canadian glycomics expertise.

GlycoNet and partners invest $7.7 million in Canadian health innovation

This investment will support state-of-the-art health research for Canada’s leading diseases, including cancer, diabetes, dementia, muscular dystrophy and universal donor blood.

Molecules with anti-inflammatory, restorative properties could be key to tackling neurodegenerative disease

GlycoNet researchers are studying a group of molecules that could provide insight into treating and monitoring neurodegenerative diseases.

GlycoNet researcher receives Scientific Achievement and Innovation Award

Dr. Ratmir Derda’s achievements were recently recognized with an award at BioAlberta’s 2021 Awards Gala.

GlycoNet investigator presents game-changing glycomics research to the Parliamentary Health Research Caucus

Dr. Lori Burrows shared how glycomics research is being used to develop a more effective vaccine against turberculosis.

New research reveals clues to how antibodies get fine-tuned to fight infection

Scientists discover a cellular mechanism that may yield insights into improving vaccines and better understanding cancer and autoimmune diseases.

New educational resources bolster vaccine confidence, information literacy

GlycoNet received a NSERC PromoScience grant and partnered with the Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education to develop resources that educators can use to teach the science behind vaccines and engage students in critical thinking.

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