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Glycobiology Insights


An international, peer reviewed, open access journal focusing on all aspects of glycosidases, glycosyltransferases, glycolipids, lectins, lectin ligands, and protein-carbohydrate interactions in normal functions and disease states.   

Editor in Chief: Dr. Hafiz Ahmed

ISSN: 1179-2515

Processing Speed: High quality, constructive peer review and rapid editorial decision within an average of four weeks.

Databases & Indexes:

  • Selected EBSCO & Gale databases


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Galectin-3 and Inflammation
Lei Wan and Fu-Tong Liu
Glycobiology Insights 2016:6 1-9
Expert Review | Published on 01 Feb 2016



Role of Galectin-3 in Cancer Metastasis
Joana T. de Oliveira, Cláudia Ribeiro and Fátima Gärtner
Glycobiology Insights 2015:5 1-13
Review | Published on 13 Jan 2015



Expression of Glycosyltransferases; ST3GAL1, FUT3, FUT5, and FUT6 Transcripts in Oral Cancer
Bhairavi N. Vajaria, Kinjal R. Patel, Rasheedunnisa Begum, Franky D. Shah, Jayendra B. Patel, Geeta M. Joshi and Prabhudas S. Patel
Glycobiology Insights 2014:4 7-14
Original Research | Published on 09 Jun 2014



Synthesis of Glycosides of Resveratrol, Pterostilbene, and Piceatannol by Glucosyltransferase from Phytolacca americana Expressed in Bacillus subtilis and their Chemopreventive Activity Against Cancer, Allergic, and Alzheimer’s Diseases
Hiroki Hamada, Kei Shimoda, Nobuyoshi Shimizu, Yoshiko Shimizu and Masaaki Akagi
Glycobiology Insights 2014:4 1-6
Original Research | Published on 22 May 2014



Challenges for Heparin Production: Artificial Synthesis or Alternative Natural Sources?
Mauro S.G. Pavão and Paulo A.S. Mourão
Glycobiology Insights 2012:3 1-6
Letter to Editor | Published on 16 May 2012 | Video abstract | Highly accessed (previous month)



Tn/T Specific Agglutinin from Estuarine Crab Scylla Serrata with Potent Mitogenic Activity on Mouse Splenocytes and Antiproliferative Effect on Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HepG2) Cell
Jhuma Pramanik, Urmimala Chatterjee, Gautam Mondal, Patricia Targon Campana and Bishnu Pada Chatterjee
Glycobiology Insights 2010:2 83-99
Original Research | Published on 13 May 2010



Effect of O-Glycosylation and Sialylation Inhibitors on Classical NLS-Dependent Nuclear Protein Import in HT29-MTX Human Colon Cancer Cells
Benjamin Tam, Jonathan M. Rhodes and Lu-Gang Yu
Glycobiology Insights 2010:2 75-82
Original Research | Published on 05 May 2010



Comprehensive Analysis of Sialyltransferases in Vertebrate Genomes
Anne Harduin-Lepers
Glycobiology Insights 2010:2 29-61
Review | Published on 17 Feb 2010



Peptide Mimetics of Terminal Sugars of Complex Glycans
Laura L. Eggink and J. Kenneth Hoober
Glycobiology Insights 2010:2 63-74
Original Research | Published on 16 Feb 2010



Glycosaminoglycans in Human and Bovine Serum: Detection of Twenty-Four Heparan Sulfate and Chondroitin Sulfate Motifs Including a Novel Sialic Acid-Modified Chondroitin Sulfate Linkage Hexasaccharide
Hong Lu, Lynda M. McDowell, Daniel R. Studelska and Lijuan Zhang
Glycobiology Insights 2010:2 13-28
Original Research | Published on 09 Feb 2010



Identification of Chemically Sulfated/desulfated Glycosaminoglycans in Contaminated Heparins and Development of a Simple Assay for the Detection of Most Contaminants in Heparin
Jing Pan, Yi Qian, Xiaodong Zhou, Andrew Pazandak, Sarah B. Frazier, Peter Weiser, Hong Lu  and Lijuan Zhang
Glycobiology Insights  2010:2 1-12
Original Research | Published on 02 Feb 2010



Carbonic Anhydrase IX Shedding Through Exosomes in Renal Carcinoma Cells
Thambi Dorai
Glycobiology Insights 2009:1 3-12
Original Research | Published on 02 Dec 2009



Introductory Editorial (Glycobiology Insights)
Hafiz Ahmed
Glycobiology Insights 2009:1 1-2
Editorial | Published on 06 Apr 2009



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