Dissecting the polysaccharide-rich grape cell wall matrix using recombinant pectinases during winemaking.

@article{Gao2016DissectingTP,
  title={Dissecting the polysaccharide-rich grape cell wall matrix using recombinant pectinases during winemaking.},
  author={Yu Gao and Jonatan Ulrik Fangel and William George Tycho Willats and Melan{\'e} A Vivier and John P Moore},
  journal={Carbohydrate polymers},
  year={2016},
  volume={152},
  pages={
          510-519
        }
}
The effectiveness of enzyme-mediated-maceration in red winemaking relies on the use of an optimum combination of specific enzymes. A lack of information on the relevant enzyme activities and the corresponding polysaccharide-rich berry cell wall structure is a major limitation. This study used different combinations of purified recombinant pectinases with cell wall profiling tools to follow the deconstruction process during winemaking. Multivariate data analysis of the glycan microarray (CoMPP… CONTINUE READING
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