The symposium is open to all. Organized by GlycoNor, and sponsored by NBS, MLS and the Department of Chemistry
10:15 Welcome by Ute Krengel
10:20 Lena Kjellén (Uppsala University): “No life without heparan sulfate”
10:55 Charlotte B. Jendresen (UiO): "Heparan sulfate degradation reduces amyloid deposition in Alzheimer disease mouse models"
11:10 Gustav Vaaje-Kolstad (NMBU): "Recent insights into the structure and function of lytic polysaccharide monooxygenases"
11:25 Coffee break
11:55 Annabelle Varrot (Cermav, Grenoble): “Fungal lectins: therapeutical targets and potential applications”
12:30 Julie E. Heggelund (UiO): "Blood group oligosaccharide binding to cholera toxin revealed by X-ray crystallography"
12:45 Luisa Ströh (University of Tübingen): "Structural and functional analysis of glycan receptor engagement by Trichodysplasia spinulosa-associated polyomavirus"
13:00 Lunch break
14:00 Peter Seeberger (MPI of Colloids and Interfaces, Potsdam): “The Logic of Automated Glycan Assembly”. Abstract.
15:00 Ten Feizi (Imperial College London):“The NGL-based glycan arrays in their second decade - Highlights”
15:35 Coffee break
15:50 Rob Woods (University of Georgia, Athens, USA): “A role for underlying glycan structure in influenza binding: extending the species specificity paradigm”
16:25 Markus Aebi (ETH Zurich): “The making of N-glycoproteins”
17:00 End (followed by Poster Session at Department of Chemistry)
Note: The Lecture by Peter Seeberger is a part of the "Hassel Lecture".