Automated synthesis yields sugar high

An automated synthetic method designed by chemists in Germany has assembled the longest synthetic oligosaccharide ever made from monosaccharides. The method could help to up the pace of carbohydrate research by improving researchers’ access to synthetic glycans.

Source: © Royal Society of Chemistry The researchers used automated glycan assembly to make a 50mer polymannoside

Read the full article by Jennifer Newton on Chemistry World.

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