The existence of glycans in isomeric forms is responsible for the multifariousness of their properties and biological functions. Their altered expression has been associated with various diseases and cancers. Analysis of native glycans is not very sensitive due to the low ionization efficiency of glycans. These facts necessitate their comprehensive structural studies and establishes a high demand for sensitive and reliable techniques. In this chapter, we discuss the strategies for effective separation and identification of permethylated isomeric glycans. The sample preparation for permethylated glycans derived from model glycoproteins and complex biological samples, analyzed using LC-MS/MS, is delineated. We introduce protein extraction and release of glycans, followed by strategies to purify the released glycans, which are reduced and permethylated to improve ionization efficiency and stabilize sialic acid residues. High-temperature LC-based separation on PGC (porous graphitized carbon) column is conducive to isomeric separation of glycans and allows their sensitive identification and quantification using MS/MS.