[Link] - Fundamentals in Glycobiology - Produced in association with the NHLBI/NIH-funded Glyoconjugates and Cardiovasuclar Disease Program of Excellence (PEG) at the Johns Hopkins University
[Link] - AAI Advance Course in Immunology - This intensive course is directed toward advanced trainees and scientists who wish to expand or update their understanding of the field. Leading experts present recent advances in the biology of the immune system and address its role in health and disease.
[Video] - Professor Carolyn Bertozzi (Berkeley and Howard Hughes Medical Institute) presents, in these two YouTube lecture videos, her perspectives on Chemical Glycobiology. Lecture 1 provides an excellent introduction to protein glycosylation and its relevance to influenza virus infection and inflammation (48 min).
[Video] - Lecture 2 provides an outstanding introduction to dynamic molecular imaging of the glycome in cells and organisms (58 min).
[Video]- Dr. Hud Freeze (Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute) discusses current issues in Congenital Diseases of Glycosylation in this excellent YouTube video (39 min).
[Video] - New England Biolabs YouTube posting describes experimental basics of working with N- and O-linked glycoproteins (6 min).
'Essentials in Glycobiology, 2nd edition', Edited by Ajit Varki, Richard D Cummings, Jeffrey D Esko, Hudson H Freeze, Pamela Stanley, Carolyn R Bertozzi, Gerald W Hart, and Marilynn E Etzler, is a comprehensive and up-to-date compendium of Glycobiology knowledge formatted in a readily accessible fashion. The text is also available in hard copy from Cold Spring Harbor Press. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK1908/