The COST action "INNOGLY" (Innovation with glycans: new frontiers from synthesis to new biological targets, innogly.eu), with the support of the WG3 (Working Group 3: Glycan dependent fine tuning of immunity), is organizing a training school on the conjugation of glycans onto nanomaterials: opportunities in therapy and diagnosis. The event ...
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4-6 May 2022, Lugano, Switzerland The Annual Meeting of the INNOGLY COST Action will take place on May 4-6, 2022 in Lugano. The conference reception will be organized at the USI-SUPSI East Campus. The new East Campus, inaugurated in 2021, houses the Faculty of Computer Science and the new Faculty of ...
Scientific and Organizing Committee: Dragana Nikitovic & Serge Perez Topical organizing committee: Dragana Nikitovic, George Tzanakakis, Aikaterini Berdiaki, Ioanna Spyridaki, Eirini-Maria Giatagana, Lydia-Nefeli Thrapsanioti Registrations Please send the registration form to access the video platform: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com with the following information: Herewith I register for the Hybrid INNOGLY Meeting: GlycosAminoGlycans: What remains to be ...
In Memory of Prof. Hans-Joachim Gabius whose work and dedication to the GlycoScience will be of inspiration for the next generation of GlycoScientists. Date: September 27, 2021 10:00-18:00 CEST The symposium aims at allowing young researchers to share and discuss their results on topics related to glycochemistry, glycobiology and glycoimmunology. The meeting ...
INNOGLY WG2 minisymposium June 21, 3 pm – 5 pm Central European Time Keynote at 3 pm CET David Sleat, Associate Professor, Center of Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA Lysosomal proteomics and human disease Examples of publications by David Sleat: Analysis of Brain and Cerebrospinal Fluid from Mouse Models of the Three ...
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Abstract Glycan structures are common posttranslational modifications of proteins, which serve multiple important structural roles (for instance in protein folding), but also are crucial participants in cell‐cell communications and in the regulation of immune responses. Through the interaction with glycan‐binding receptors glycans are able to affect the activation status of antigen ...
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most common bacterial infections in humans worldwide. From 1990 to 2017 incident and death rates were observed to have increased by 52 % and 149 %, respectively. UTIs may lead to pyelonephritis and sepsis, which can result in fatal outcomes. One of the ...