Discovering the Subtleties of Sugars: Proceedings of the 3rd Beilstein Glyco-Bioinformatics Symposium

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9783832539481: Discovering the Subtleties of Sugars: Proceedings of the 3rd Beilstein Glyco-Bioinformatics Symposium
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The Beilstein Symposia address contemporary issues in the chemical and related sciences by employing and interdisciplinary approach. Scientists from a wide range of areas are invited to present aspects of their work for discussion, with the aim of not only advancing sciences, but also enhancing interdisciplinary communication. Traditionally, the Beilstein Symposia are kept small with up to 50 participants to provide a convivial atmosphere for the both lectures and lively discussions and the ready exchange of thoughts and ideas. The appreciation and understanding of the role that carbohydrates play in nature has grown over the last few years driven by the advances in our ability to analyze and synthesize their structures. Their role not only as primary energy-storage molecules but also as structural modifiers of e.g. glycoproteins and glycolipids, as well as in physiological and pathological events such as adherence, cell-cell interaction, transport, signaling and protection is becoming clearer and more accessible to researchers. Over the last decade the fields of glycobiology and glycochemistry in combination with in-silico applications have been augmented by a further field - glycomics. A major aim of glycomics research is to achieve a comprehensive identification and characterization of the repertoire of glycan structures present in an organism, cell or tissue at a defined time. The continual improvement of analysis methods and computational techniques leads to glycan characterization and identification with increased depth, speed and efficiency but also generates ever increasing amounts of data of variable quality and completeness. Thus the many web-accessible repositories result in a highly fragmented knowledgebase which in consequence complicates the development and application of bioinformatics tools for the analysis of this data. This situation has led to a general consensus that community wide efforts shoul

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Hicks, Martin G
Verlag: Logos Verlag (2015)
ISBN 10: 3832539484 ISBN 13: 9783832539481
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