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This article examines the impact and limitations of AlphaFold2 (AF2) and RoseTTaFold (RF) as highly...

The authors demonstrate that the primary sequence of oligosaccharides can be designed to access materials...

Carbohydrates are the most abundant organic material on Earth and the structural “material of choice”...

Mucin-type O-glycosylation is a post-translational modification present at the interface between cells, where it has...

Methods for direct covalent ligation of microorganism surfaces remain poorly reported and primarily based on...

A brief account of how a resource such as starch has accompanied human evolution for...

An intricate network of stimulatory and inhibitory circuits regulates the immune system throughout host responses...

Vaccines remain one of the cornerstones of preventive medicine, providing against a wide range of...

Biosensing or diagnostic applications that use glycan sequences as targets are limited by the cross-reactivity...

Structural glycobiology is a subfield of glycobiology that studies the diverse structures and interactions of...

A vast array of microorganisms inhabits the human intestinal tract, collectively called the “gut microbiota....

The primary sequence of a biopolymer encodes the essential folding information that allows it to...

N-linked glycosylation of proteins is a post-translational modification that exists in all areas of life....

Bacterial capsules play a critical role in host-pathogen interactions. They provide a protective envelope against...

Progress in understanding the origins of life is enhanced when models and their predictions are...