Glycobiology

Glycobiology

Natural Sugars versus Added Sugars

Carbohydrates are the chief constituents in any diet. These are the sugars which are of two types namely Simple and Complex sugars. Complex sugars are those which occur naturally in grains and fruits. Read more…

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Posted by ankita - 13/12/2012 at 06:13

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Focus on Glycoscience

Carbohydrates are the building blocks of molecular biology. According to Ajit P. Varki of the University of California,Carbohydrates in molecular biology are like dark matter in the universe. Carbohydrates has led to the development of rapid Read more…

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Posted by Jason P Lerch - 04/12/2012 at 06:13

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Snail Slime – A Beauty Wonder

Snail slime is now being claimed as the new miracle face-fixer. Snail slime has gained importance from garden mess to poll beauty regime position – and the trend is on its way to the U.S. Initially it was marketed as an acne solution, the shelled slug’s mucus is Read more…

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Posted by Jason P Lerch - 26/10/2012 at 07:27

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