Sugars tied to the spot

@article{Flitsch2003SugarsTT,
  title={Sugars tied to the spot},
  author={Sabine L. Flitsch and Rein V. Ulijn},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2003},
  volume={421},
  pages={219-220}
}
The interactions of sugars and proteins underlie many biological processes, and cataloguing them is a daunting task. A technique for attaching sugars to microarrays offers a promising, high-throughput solution. 

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