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Glycorex AB

Sölvegatan 41
Lund, Sweden

Phone: +46462865786
Fax: +46462865787

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Description:

We are a Swedish company that manufacture research quantities and large scale quantities of bioactive carbohydrates, neoglycoconjugates, reagents and affinity materials for research and commercial applications.
Bioactive Carbohydrates-Examples of Applications:
Food additives, Cancer, Infectious diseases, Transplantation and Inflammation.
Custom Synthesis-Large Scale Enzymatic Synthesis
Glycorex employs unique patented procedures facilitating
enzymatic or chemo-enzymatic synthesis of oligosaccharides on a larger scale (g-kg quantities or more),
as well as specifically modified saccharides and analogs, neoglycoconjugates, polymeric carbohydrates and affinity media. Glycorex Fine Chemicals Catalog Content:
Custom Synthesis
BSA-, and HSA-Glycoconjugates
Peroxidase-Glycoconjugates
Glycosides for Covalent Coupling
Free Oligosaccharides and Simple Glycosides
Octadecyl-Glycosides
Nitrophenyl Glycosides
Modified Saccharides and Amino Acid Glycosides
Affinity Separation Materials

Last update of this entry: May 11, 2000

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