How Do Glyconjugates Influence Transplantation Rejection?

Glycoconjugates are complex organic compounds that have the property of healing damaged tissue. Due to this reason, they are useful for healing damaged tissues. This property of Glycoconjugates is useful in preventing rejection during organ transplantation. When Glycoconjugates are introduced in the body they locate the damaged proteins. They work on them and help to dissolve the scar tissue, flushing it out of the body.

In an organ transplant, one of the reasons of rejection is due to the excessive formation of damaged tissue. Glycoconjugates play a useful role in permanently removing the scar tissue from the site of the transplanted organ, thereby reducing the chances of rejection.