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Upcoming Seminars

Cardio PEG Lab Meetings

(Physiology 612, 9.30-11)

This meeting is suspended over the summer. Watch this space for updates.


Cardio PEG Retreat

(Mt Washington Conference Center)

July 15th, Register by July 5th @ CardioPEG Registration

Schedule: Final Rev PEG 2016 Retreat Sched[1].pdfFinal Rev PEG 2016 Retreat Sched[1].pdf


Glycobiology Interest Group

This meeting is suspended over the summer. Watch this space for updates.

Upcoming Classwork

January 2017: Fundamentals of Glycobiology

July 2017: Techniques in Glycobiology

C2: NMR Core

Synopsis: If samples allow, NMR is the best way to analyze glycan or glycoconjugate structure. Professor Bush is a world-leading expert in the use of advanced NMR methods to study glycans. His Core will not only collaborate with several projects, but also will be critical to the proper training of fellows in glycosciences.

National Resource, available now: Collaborations with local and other PEGs: Oligosaccharide analysis, analysis of high molecular weight polysaccharides having repeating subunit structures, applicable for bacterial capsular polysaccharides, O-antigen polysaccharides & glycosaminoglycans. Analysis of glycosphingolipids glycopeptides, small glycoproteins; this method can provide complete resonance assignments and 3-dimensional structures. NMR analyses of protein-ligand binding systems. Additional resources are in the pipeline.

Please contact:

C. Allen Bush Ph.D.
Professor,
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, UMBC,
1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore MD 21250,
Phone: 410 455 2506

Email:bush@umbc.edu





Publications

C. Allen Bush, Jinghua Yang and John O. Cisar.
'Structures of Capsular Polysaccharide Serotypes 35F and 35C of
Streptococcus pneumoniae Determined by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
and Their Relation to Other Cross-Reactive Serotypes.'
J. Bacteriology 197, 2762-2769 (2015)  PMCID: PMC4524046


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