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Benefits of bacteria-derived exopolysaccharides on gastrointestinal microbiota, immunity and health

Semiprocessive Hyperglycosylation of Adhesin by Bacterial Protein N-Glycosyltransferases

Effects of Different Human Milk Oligosaccharides on Growth of Bifidobacteria in Monoculture and Co-culture With Faecalibacterium prausnitzii

Human Milk Oligosaccharides Mediate the Crosstalk Between Intestinal Epithelial Caco-2 Cells and Lactobacillus Plantarum WCFS1 in an In Vitro Model with Intestinal Peristaltic Shear Force

Low methyl-esterified pectin protects pancreatic beta-cells against diabetes-induced oxidative and inflammatory stress via galectin-3

More than sugar in the milk: human milk oligosaccharides as essential bioactive molecules in breast milk and current insight in beneficial effects

Processivity in Bacterial Glycosyltransferases

Selective Modification of Streptozotocin at the C3 Position to Improve Its Bioactivity as Antibiotic and Reduce Its Cytotoxicity towards Insulin-Producing β Cells

Direct and Regioselective Di-alpha-fucosylation on the Secondary Rim of beta-Cyclodextrin: Cover Profile

Direct and Regioselective Di-alpha-fucosylation on the Secondary Rim of beta-Cyclodextrin

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Women in Science - If they could do it, you can too

How does the Stratingh Institute do it?

Wanneer is suiker wél gezond?

Vlog: YAG Interdisciplinary Project

Podcast: In de Wetenschap

Vlog: zijn bacteriën ons te slim af?

Noorderzon 2017 - Kindercollege

New Investigators in Glycoscience

VROUWEN IN DE WETENSCHAP - Baanbrekend en bekwaam

Sweet on sugars and research

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