Examining glycosylation changes

Published on June 10, 2013

Professor Lokesh Joshi talks about the association of glycosylation changes with diseases and new diagnostic and prognostic targets that are developed. In particular, he speaks about the examination of which glycosylation genes are turned up and down in a disease and measurements thereof by means of a microarray analysis.

Joshi Group | National University of Ireland, Galway

Lokseh Joshi is Stokes Professor of Glycosciences at the National University of Ireland, Galway. He is also Director of the Alimentary Glycoscience Research Cluster at the National University of Galway. His research is focused on the integration of life sciences, chemistry, engineering, medicine and computer science in the field of Glycoscience and Bioengineering to develop novel approaches for biotherapeutic and biodiagnostic purposes.

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