Glycan libraries are made up of a mixture of species from a specific type of glycoprotein or as panels with common characteristics. Our glycan libraries have been used in pharmaceutical and biotech companies around the world. They meet our rigorous standards of quality and contain no salts or other additives that may interfere with advanced analytical techniques such as mass spectrometry which require the highest levels of purity.
The following is an example of glycan libraries produced from a specific glycoprotein: N-glycans released from human IgG antibody glycoprotein. This library contains fucosylated and bi-antennary glycans with variable sialylation.
O-Glycans released from fetuin glycoprotein (purified from fetal calf
serum). This library contains mainly core 1 and core 2 O-glycans with