2013/10/31

We will have a booth in JAPAN Pavilion at Bio-Europe2013.

2013/10/22

FDA has installed GlycoStation as a glycan profiling system.

2013/8/20

DA new paper focusing on glycodiagnosis was published from a group in AIST. In this paper, an unique technical approach using lectin microarrays for glycan profiling analysis are written in detail highlighting hepatic disease as a good example. Please read Read More …

2013/8/20

HUPO2013 Luncheon Seminar 10 will be held on September 17th at PM1:00 for a hour. This seminar covers a comprehensive strategy starting from new glyco-biomarker discovary using lectin microarrays and leading up to an autopmated inspection system. Please join us Read More …

2013/8/9

New papers regarding Cholangiocarcinoma and Hepatocellular Carcinoma using Lectin Microarrays have been published from a research group of AIST, A Paper about Cholangiocarcinoma and A Paper about Hepatocellular Carcinoma.

2013/5/16

A new paper entitled “Lectin Microarray Profiling and Relative Quantification of Glycome Associated With Proteins of Neonatal wt and rd1 Mice Retinae” was published. The author is Prof. S. Ahuja, and our GlycoStation was used as a glycan profiling system Read More …

2013/5/16

A new paper entitled “Lectin Microarray Profiling and Relative Quantification of Glycome Associated With Proteins of Neonatal wt and rd1 Mice Retinae” was published. The author is Prof. S. Ahuja, and our GlycoStation was used as a glycan profiling system Read More …

2013/5/16

In the coming 2013 HUPO, a Luncheon Seminar about Lectin Microarray and GlycoBiomarker Discovery will be planned collaborating with AIST and Sysmex (the detail will be announced shortly).

2013/4/27

A paper entitled “Glycan Profiling of Adult T-Cell Leukemia (ATL) Cells with the High Resolution Lectin Microarrays” was publided in Feb. 20th, 2013. The authors are Dr. H. Iha, Oita University, et al.

2013/3/8

A new paper entitled “A lectin-based glycomic approach to identify characteristic features of Xenopus embryogenesis” has just published. It is shown that lectin microarray is a good tool to characterize differentiation stages allowing glycan profiling of early embryos and such Read More …