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Endoplasmic Reticulum-Associated Degradation of Glycoproteins in Plants
In all eukaryotes the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) has a central role in protein folding and maturation of secretory and membrane proteins. Upon translocation into the ER polypeptides are immediatelyExpand
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Unraveling the function of Arabidopsis thaliana OS9 in the endoplasmic reticulum-associated degradation of glycoproteins
In the endoplasmic reticulum, immature polypeptides coincide with terminally misfolded proteins. Consequently, cells need a well-balanced quality control system, which decides about the fate ofExpand
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Class I α-Mannosidases Are Required for N-Glycan Processing and Root Development in Arabidopsis thaliana[C][W][OA]
In eukaryotes, class I α-mannosidases are involved in early N-glycan processing reactions and in N-glycan–dependent quality control in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). To investigate the role of theseExpand
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Characterisation of three fungal glucuronoyl esterases on glucuronic acid ester model compounds
The glucuronoyl esterases (GEs) that have been identified so far belong to family 15 of the carbohydrate esterases in the CAZy classification system and are presumed to target ester bonds betweenExpand
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Arabidopsis Class I α-Mannosidases MNS4 and MNS5 Are Involved in Endoplasmic Reticulum–Associated Degradation of Misfolded Glycoproteins[C][W][OPEN]
Protein quality control mechanisms in the endoplasmic reticulum ensure that only correctly folded proteins are delivered to other compartments of the secretory pathwa, while misfolded proteins areExpand
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Class I a-Mannosidases Are Required for N-Glycan Processing and Root Development in Arabidopsis thaliana
Eva Liebminger,a Silvia Hüttner,a Ulrike Vavra,a Richard Fischl,a Jennifer Schoberer,a Josephine Grass,b Claudia Blaukopf,c Georg J. Seifert,c Friedrich Altmann,b Lukas Mach,a and Richard Strassera,1Expand
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Specific Xylan Activity Revealed for AA9 Lytic Polysaccharide Monooxygenases of the Thermophilic Fungus Malbranchea cinnamomea by Functional Characterization
The Malbranchea cinnamomea LPMOs (McAA9s) showed activity on a broad range of soluble and insoluble substrates, suggesting their involvement in various steps of biomass degradation besides celluloseExpand
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The Synthetic Potential of Fungal Feruloyl Esterases : A Correlation with Current Classification Systems and Predicted Structural Properties
Twenty-eight fungal feruloyl esterases (FAEs) were evaluated for their synthetic abilities in a ternary system of n-hexane: t-butanol: 100 mM MOPS-NaOH pH 6.0 forming detergentless microemulsions.Expand
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Surveying of acid-tolerant thermophilic lignocellulolytic fungi in Vietnam reveals surprisingly high genetic diversity
Thermophilic fungi can represent a rich source of industrially relevant enzymes. Here, 105 fungal strains capable of growing at 50 °C and pH 2.0 were isolated from compost and decaying plant matter.Expand
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Functional characterization of AA9 LPMOs in the thermophilic fungus Malbranchea cinnamomea reveals specific xylan activity.
The thermophilic biomass-degrader Malbranchea cinnamomea exhibits poor growth on cellulose but excellent growth on hemicelluloses as the sole carbon source. This is surprising considering that itsExpand
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