Aim and Scope
Journal of Glycobiology is the study of the structure, function, and biology of carbohydrates (also called glycan). Glycan are present in all organisms. Glycobiology is a rapidly developing field of biology, related to biomedicine, biotechnology, and basic research. In eukaryotic cells, most proteins are post-translationally modified. One of the most common modifications that are critical to cell viability is glycan binding or "glycosylation." There are two types of glycosylation: N- linked (glycan linked to asparagine) and O-linked (glycan linked to serine or threonine)
Journal of Glycobiology is an open access scientific journal that provides an engaging publishing platform around the world, with the aim of enabling scientists, researchers, and students to understand and update ongoing research in related fields. Journal publishes original articles on a wide range of related topics. Journal aims to publish articles that provide new information about the biological significance of glycan or glycosylation.