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Examining Altered Glycobiology in Cancer

Changes to protein glycosylation play a major role in dictating cancer progression and prognosis, but could they also present biomarkers or therapeutic targets?




Examine Altered Glycobiology in Cancer

A key element of proper protein folding and stability, researchers have linked altered glycosylation to many diseases, including cancer, where it correlates with oncogenesis and disease progression. Cancer-related glycosylation patterns may offer insights into cancer pathogenesis and development, serve as diagnostic biomarkers, and reveal new therapeutic possibilities.

Download this ebook from Vector Laboratories to learn more about how glycobiology impacts cancer pathogenesis, development, and progression.