Evidence for in vitro binding of pectin side chains to cellulose.

@article{Zykwinska2005EvidenceFI,
  title={Evidence for in vitro binding of pectin side chains to cellulose.},
  author={Agata Zykwinska and Marie-Christine J Ralet and Catherine D Garnier and Jean-François J Thibault},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={139 1},
  pages={397-407}
}
Pectins of varying structures were tested for their ability to interact with cellulose in comparison to the well-known adsorption of xyloglucan. Our results reveal that sugar beet (Beta vulgaris) and potato (Solanum tuberosum) pectins, which are rich in neutral sugar side chains, can bind in vitro to cellulose. The extent of binding varies with respect to the nature and structure of the side chains. Additionally, branched arabinans (Br-Arabinans) or debranched arabinans (Deb-Arabinans; isolated… CONTINUE READING

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