WHAT ARE GLYCANS?

Glycans, alongside nucleic acids (DNA & RNA), proteins and lipids, are one of the four primary components of a cell.

 

WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD?

Scientific research is currently assessing what influence environmental factors can have on glycans through monitoring how lifestyle changes can impact an individual’s biological age.

The aim is to empower people to better manage their health, make improvements, and ideally, slow down biological age.

To keep up to date with the research we are conducting and how this can positively impact your health, visit glycanage.com.

 

GLYCANAGE

The GlycanAge test was developed in the GENOS Glycoscience Research Laboratory. It is not a diagnostic test and the results of this test should be interpreted in the context of other relevant laboratory tests and clinical data.

The interpretation of the results should only be done by an authorised physician or other qualified health care provider. The information provided in these results are not intended to be substitutes for professional medical advice, diagnoses or/and treatment. You should always speak to your physician before you change, start or stop any part of your health care plan, including physical activity or exercise.

GENOS Glycoscience is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, losses and damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information contained within the results of this test.

GENOS is the world’s leading institution in the eld of high-throughput glycan analysis. Research in the eld of glycobiology has brought significant international collaboration with a number of globally renowned institutions, with GENOS participating as a partner within large consortia. Our vision is to develop new tests that will help reduce the risks of illnesses and improve quality of life in terms of personalised medicine. Our primary competitive edge is our know-how and experience in performing high throughput studies, ranging from analytical chemistry to study design and statistical data analysis.