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On the basis of extensive experience in peptide synthesis, Creative Peptides proudly offers the most comprehensive glycopeptides synthesis services to our worldwide clients. Our scientists are committed to deliver high quality glycopeptides which will go through strict mass spectral and HPLC analysis to meet our customers’ demands.

Glycopeptide has been widely recognized as peptide that contains carbohydrate moieties (glycans). Due to the nature linkage between glycan and the amino acid residues of peptide, glycopeptides can be classified into three types: N-linked, O-linked and C-linked glycopeptides. Among of them, N-linked glycopeptides are the most common type in nature, which N is referred to the asparagine that attached by the glycan. Glycan of O-linked glycopeptides is commonly linked to the hydroxyl groups of serine and threonine, while sometime also bond to lysine, proline and tyrosine. While the least common C-linked glycopeptides are recognized as the attachment between mannose and tryptophane.

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The struggle is real Stroke Survivor Jeff Lee is giving you is life upfront and personal why you should know your numbers every week Wednesday 7 AM stay tuned to youtube / ishaintfunny {subscribe it's free} ‪#‎ishaintfunny‬
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcAfflv9IwM

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Join your peers to contribute at the Pediatrics 2016
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With the amalgamation of peerless speakers of #Pediatrics -2015 OMICS International is privileged to announce its “4th International Conference on #Pediatrics” which will be held during March 29-31, 2016 in Atlanta, USA. We cordially welcome all the eminent researchers, students and delegates to take part in this upcoming #pediatric congress to witness invaluable scientific discussions and contribute to the future innovations in the field of Pediatrics. 

For more details, please go through the following link: http://pediatrics.conferenceseries.com/

If interested you can mail us at pediatrics@omicsgroup.com
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When we heard I had a stroke my Nana was shocked.  It was the first she's ever heard of a children w/ a stroke.  When you hear the word, you think elderly. 

May is Pediatric Stroke Awareness Month!

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My name is Emmanuel and I'm 2 years old.  When I was 4 months old I came to live with my Nana.  We spent the entire summer together and had so much fun! After four months with at my Nana's, I was sent back home in October to my Momma.  After I was home, between the age of 8 - 11 months old, I fell ill and the hospital misdiagnosed my symptoms as a severe flu.

Right before my 1st Birthday, I came back to live with my Nana - She's one smart cookie!  Right away she noticed some issues with me that didn't seem right and took me to the doctors.  My left hand doesn't function properly and my leg doesn't always work right and gives me balance issues.  I walk into walls and fall down a lot for no reason, I also cannot talk.

After months of going through tests to find out why my motor functions where not working properly my neurologist issued a MRI.  We went down to the Phoenix Children's Hospital and I had my MRI, afterwards those nice nurses gave me this awesome plush Dog!  We went home and the following morning my doctor called my Nana right away.

The neurologist informed my Nana that I suffered a CVA Stroke that damaged 20% of my right brain and which has caused the left side of my body to have cerebral palsy, hemiplegic & hemiparesis.  Since January I have been in and out of doctors and therapist. I have a speech therapist, a physical & occupational therapist and a food therapist.

My Nana has a LOT on her hands and is working only a part-time job of 20 - 25 hours a week, so she can take me to all my doctors and therapist so they can help me get better!
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