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[Mass spectrometry has become the favorite technique for glycomics analysis. This chapter describes the different ionization methods and provides examples of application, with comprehensive literature references. Mass fragmentation of monosaccharide and oligosaccharide derivatives will be...
[NMR spectroscopy has shown to be extremely useful for the characterization of glycan structures. Carbohydrates have two natural NMR-active nuclei: 1H and 13C. This chapter describes the identification of monosaccharides and glycans by the assignment of their protons and carbons, using the...
[Carbohydrates, with their diverse structures, are involved in a myriad of biological processes. The enormous size of complex data obtained by glycomics studies has grown beyond manual interpretation. Advanced bioinformatic programs are required to capture the overwhelming information. This...
[Carbohydrates (sugars) are the major components of our food, providing us with energy and calories. In our body, carbohydrates also form parts of proteins and lipids. There is no doubt that carbohydrates play fundamental roles in several biological processes in living systems. To understand the...
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