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Carbohydrate Chemistry in Drug Discovery

That’s the title of “Perspectives” review just published in Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry from Galan et al.  Carbohydrates are involved in numerous biological processes including protein folding, cell-surface recognition, bacterial adhesion, etc.  They would, of course, make very interesting targets … Continue reading

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Glycan Arrays Using Hydrophobic Tags

One of the areas of research which we identified as growth areas for fluorous chemistry in 2011 was glycomics.  Fluorous methods have already been shown to be highly useful in the synthesis, purification, and immobilization of carbohydrates.  What remains then … Continue reading

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January 2011 Fluorous Technologies Newsletter

This morning we launched the January 2011 issue of our Technical Newsletter.  As in previous years the first Newsletter of the year tries to predict some of the emerging application areas of fluorous techniques.  The February 2010 Newsletter highlighted radiopharmaceutical … Continue reading

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Glycan Arrays with Direct MS Readout

Immobilization of fluorous tagged molecules onto a fluorous surface has been conducted by several groups for the formation of microarrays.  Generally the surface has been a fluorous modified glass slide.  Solutions containing the fluorous tagged probe are spotted on the … Continue reading

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Fluorous Methods in Metabolomics and Glycomics

Metabolomics is the study of all the metabolites produced within a biological sample.  These are the final end products of all the mechanisms cellular mechanisms contained within organisms.  Metabolomics is the last of the -omics when going from genotype to … Continue reading

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