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The GENERAL glycobiology thread (also links to the other glycobiology threads here)

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Gangliosides (like GM1) - how to measure? Their sialic acid may be anti-inflammatory (and may be related to Glycanage). Is higher Glycanage predictive of reduced ganglioside synthesis?

GlycA test for inflammation - has anyone got it?




The lack of this enzyme leads to glycolysation[7][8][9] which is a serious neurological disease. The nature of the disease causes fluid in the brain, abnormal inflammatory response and abnormal bleeding issues.[7][8][9]

Wow I wonder why

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