T. Cruzi O-glycans
Synthetic O-Glycan Standards
As part of an NIH Common Fund grant (R21AI123161), several T. cruzi derived O-glycans were acquired and are available in 25 ug aliquots to the research community.
- Galpβ1,2Galpβ1,6(U-13C-Galpβ1,4)GlcNAcitol TET-023
- Galpβ1,2Galpβ1,6(U-13C-Galpβ1,3)GlcNAcitol TET-024
- Galpβ1,2Galpβ1,6(U-13C-Galfβ1,4)GlcNAcitol TET-025
- Galpβ1,3Galpβ1,6(U-13C-Galfβ1,4)GlcNAcitol TET-026
- Galpα1,3[U-13C]Galpβ1,4)GlcNAcitol TRI-023
Glycan Standard Characteristics
These synthetic glycans are based on T. cruzi O-glycans. Note that 4 of the 5 (A-D) standards are isomeric compounds differing only in linkage or cyclic ring forms present. Thus, these standards are highly useful for optimizing separation and assignment platforms. All 5 standards have been verified by both LC-MSn and 2D-NMR techniques and purity is in excess of 98% for all 5 standards.
For further information about synthetic standards, please contact:
Dr. Chris West
The University of Georgia,
Athens, Georgia 30602-4712, USA
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