Understanding Biological Age and its Clinical Applications with Dr Peter Joshi
Welcome to GlycanHub - a great place to learn and keep up with the newest research on glycobiology. This is an educational platform that includes a podcast and scientific blogs relying on 20 years of staying at the forefront of glycoscience.
Our mission is to translate science into real-life applications, making the field of glycobiology accessible to everyone, no matter the level of education.
Since there is power in numbers, we’re bringing in leading experts from all over the world.
Glycans are the third alphabet of biology, alongside proteins and nucleic acid. Discover the story they can tell about your body and lifestyle right here at GlycanHub.
The first podcast to explore health, disease and longevity through the lens of glycobiology. Listen to interviews with scientists and experts willing to give us glimpses into the potential applications of new glycobiology findings in the medicine of tomorrow.
The Link between IgG Glycans, Aging, and Disease: A Discussion with Dr. Olga Zaytseva on Glycosylation Regulation
Glycans and the Immune System: Understanding Immune Regulation with Prof. Salomé Pinho
Sex, Drugs and Medical Research with Dr Alka Patel and Dr Julija Jurić
Learn more about the role of glycans in medicine, menopause, cardiovascular disease and other health issues, as well as your quality of life.
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Blood Tests Explained
What is an FSH blood test? How to test FSH levels with a blood test? Click here to find out more.By The GlycanAge Team
How To Test Your Brain Age
How old is your brain age? Want to know how to test your brain age? Click here for everything you need to know about brain age tests.By The GlycanAge Team
DNA Biological Age Tests Explained
How do you test your biological age? Are DNA age tests accurate? Find out answers to these questions and more by clicking here.By The GlycanAge Team
What Can Low Back Pain Tell Us About Our Health – and How to Manage It?
Changes in glycans point to chronic inflammation as a possible long-term underlying cause of low back pain and fatigue, even if there is no injury to the tissue.By Ph. D. Julija Jurić
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