3 November 2017

In this paper, published in Scientific Reports, a novel method is described to sequence glycosaminoglycans, which are long linear polysaccharides involved in many aspects of cellular behavior.

The method opens research to the significance of specific monosaccharide sequences in health and disease.

Link to the publication

Willeke Daamen              Toin van Kuppevelt

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