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Berlin Symposium Programme

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  • Ernest Arenas (Karolinksa Institutet) – “Regulation of Human Midbrain Development by Sulf1 and Sulf2”
  • Geert-Jan Boons (Universiteit Utrecht) – “Automated Chemoenzymatic Synthesis of Heparan Sulfate Oligosaccharides by a Catch and Release Approach to Develop Antiviral Agents”
  • Willeke Daamen (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen) – “Using Antibodies as Tools in Glycosaminoglycan Research”
  • Martina Delbianco (MPI KG Potsdam) – “Glycan Foldamers and Assemblies”
  • Ahmed Ben Faleh (IsoSpec Analytics)
  • Matthew Gibson (University of Manchester) – “Glyconanomaterials for Biosensing and Diagnostics”
  • Marco Guerrini (Renzi Institute Milan) – “Exploring the Specificity and Subtlety of Protein-Glycosaminoglycan Interactions”
  • Rainer Haag (FU Berlin)
  • Noortje de Haan (LUMC) – “Cellular Glycomics: Zooming-In at Cell Surface Glycoproteins”
  • Zeshi (Jack) Li (Universiteit Utrecht) – “Mechanistic Insights into Cell-Surface RNA and RNA-Binding Proteins”
  • Hermen Overkleeft (Universiteit Leiden) – “Activity-Based Glycosidase Profiling”
  • Kevin Pagel (FU Berlin) – “Structural Analysis of Glycans Using Cryogenic Ion Spectroscopy”
  • Dulce Papy-Garcia (UPEC)
  • Sergey Samsonov (University of Gdansk) – “Computational Approaches to Understand Protein-Glycosaminoglycan Recognition”
  • Javier Sastre Torano (Universiteit Utrecht) – “Exact Glycan Structure Identification with DTIMS-MS”
  • Peter Seeberger (MPI KG Potsdam – CTC) – “Automated Glycan Assembly of Glycosamineglycans”
  • Matthias Taupitz (Charité University Hospital Berlin)
  • Jeremy E. Turnbull (University of Copenhagen) – “New Therapeutic Opportunities for Next-Generation Heparins and Mimetics”
  • Romain Vives (IBS Grenoble)
  • Stephan Warnke (IsoSpec Analytics)