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Oral presentations

V. Cornuault (U.Leeds). Epitope Detection Chromatography: a new method to study pectin heterogeneity. Pacifichem on 15-20 December 2015 in Honolulu (USA).

M. Kayaa, A.G. Sousa*,b, M.-J. Crépeaua, S.O. Sørensenb, M.-C. Raleta (aINRA, bCPKelco). X Reunión de Biología Vegetal on 2-4 December 2015 in Valdivia (Chili).

J. Schückel, S.K. Kracun and W.G.T. Willats (U.Copenhagen). A new generation of chromogenic substrates for high-throughput screening of glycosyl hydrolases, LPMOs and proteases. Presented at the 11th  Carbohydrate bioengeneering meeting on 10-13 May, 2015 in Espoo (FI)

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A.G. Sousa, H.L. Nielsen, I. Armagan, J. Larsen and S.O. Sørensen (CP Kelco). The impact of RGI side chains on rheological properties of pectin. Presented at the 1st International EPNOE Junior Scientists Meeting on 19-20 January 2015 in Wageningen (NL)

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D. Rajasundarama,b, J. Selbiga,b (aU.Potsdam, bMax Planck I.). Integrative Analysis of Multi-Source Data: Application and Methodologies. Presented at SMODIA, the Statistical methods for omics data integration and analysis organized by Stategra project on Nov. 11, 2014 in Heraklion (GR)

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M. Kayaa, A.G. Sousab, M.-J. Crépeaua, S.O. Sørensenand M.-C. Raleta (aINRA, bCP Kelco). Structure of pectin in citrus fruits. Presented at the 10th  international Conference on Polysaccharides- Glycoscience on Oct. 23, 2014 in Prague (CZ)

P. Krishnamoorthya, T.Ischebeckb, C. Sánchez-Rodrígueza, I. Heilmannb, S. Perssona (aMax Planck I, bU.Cöttingen, cMartin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg). Phosphoinositides regulate cell wall deposition in Arabidopsis leaves. Presented at the 17th meeting of the European Network for Plant Endomembrane Research (ENPER), on September, 8-11, 2014 in Lecce (IT)

M.C. Hernandez-Gomeza, J.-L. Runavotb, X. Guoc, W.G.T. Willatsc, F. Meulewaeterb , J.P. Knoxa (aU. Leeds, bBayer, cU.Copenhagen). Characterization of non-cellulosic cell wall glycans in developing and mature cotton fibres. Presented at the 5th International Conference on Biosynthesis of Plant Cell Wall on July, 27-31, 2014 in Palm Cove (AU)

F. Buffettoa & V. Cornuaultb, M. Gro Rydahlc, M.-J. Crépeaua, O. Tranqueta , W.G.T. Willatc, P. Knoxb, F. Guillona, M.-C.  Raleta (aINRA, bU.Leeds, cU.Copenhagen). Un nouvel anticorps reconnaissant le domaine pectique. Presented at the Congress of the French cell wall network on July, 7-9, 2014 in Amiens (FR)

M. Kayaa, A.G. Sousab, M.-J. Crépeaua, S.O. Sørensenand M.-C. Raleta (aINRA, bCP Kelco). Structure of Pectin in Citrus Fruits. Presented at the XIIth International Hydrocolloids Conference on May 8, 2014 in Taipei (TW).

P. Krishnamoorthya, I. Heilmannb, S. Perssona (aMax Planck I., bMartin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg) Phosphoinositides regulate cell wall deposition in Arabidopsis leaves. Presented at the XIIIth Cell Wall Meeting on July, 7-12, 2013 in Nantes (FR).

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M. Kayaa, A.G. Sousab, M.-J. Crépeaua, S.O. Sørensenand M.-C. Raleta (aINRA, bCP Kelco). Structure and functionality of pectin in citrus fruits. Presented at the Scientific days of VENAM Doctoral School in October 2012 in Nantes (FR)

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V. Cornuaulta, F. Buffettob, K.J.D. Leea, M.-J. Crépeaub, M.-C.  Raletb, J.P. Knoxa (aU.Leeds, bINRA). Development of Epitope Detection Chromatography for RG-I analysis. Presented at the Gordon Research Seminar in August 2012 in Boston (USA) - Presentation not publicly available.