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Purified Mucin Glycans as a Milk-oligosaccharide Substitute

Researchers at Stanford University have discovered that mucin glycans (carbohydrates secreted in mucus) may be a valuable additive to infant formula. Mucin glycans are consumed by bacterial residents of the intestine via the same pathways the bacteria use...
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Modification of Surface for Biomolecule Immobilization

A multidisciplinary team of Stanford inventors have developed a novel method for attaching biomolecule probes (e.g oligonucleotides, peptides, antibodies etc.) onto the solid surface of microarrays or other sensors. This simple, environmentally benign te...
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