Recent Patents of Interest in Proteomics

US Patent No. 8,000,904. Methods and products related to the improved analysis of carbohydrates. Inventors: Nishla Keiser, Carlos Bosques, Ram Sasisekharan, Pankaj Gandhe, Sasi Raguram, Aravind Srinivasan. Assignees: Momenta Pharmaceuticals, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Covers methods of analysis of carbohydrates including N-glycans and O-glycans found on proteins, including use of glycosylation patterns in cells, tissues, and in body fluids for diagnostic and treatment purposes.

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