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Scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals

D. Rajasundarama,b, J. Selbiga,b (aU.Potsdam, bMax Planck I.). More effort - more results: Recent advances in integrative 'omics' data analysis. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, Vol. 30, pp. 57-61 (2016)

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V. Cornuaulta, F. Buffettob, M.G. Rydahlc, S.E. Marcusa, T.A. Torodea, J. Xuea, M.-J. Crépeaub, N. Faria-Blancd, W.G.T. Willatsc, P. Dupreed, M.-C. Raletb, J.P. Knoxa (aU.Leeds, bINRA, cU.Copenhagen, dU.Cambridge). Monoclonal antibodies indicate low-abundance links between heteroxylan and other glycans of plant cell walls. Planta, Vol. 242, pp. 1321-1334 (2015)

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F. Buffettoa, V. Cornuaultb, M.G. Rydahlc, D. Ropartza, C. Alvaradoa, V. Echasserieaua, S. Le Galla, B. Boucheta, O. Tranqueta, Y. Verhertbruggena, W.G.T. Willatsc, J.P. Knoxb, M.-C Raleta, F. Guillona (aINRA, bU.Leeds, cU.Copenhagen). The deconstruction of pectic rhamnogalacturonan I unmasks the occurrence of a novel arabinogalactan oligosaccharide epitope. Plant and Cell Physiology, Vol. 56, issue 11, pp. 2181-2196 (2015)

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M.C. Hernandez-Gomeza, J.-L. Runavotb, X. Guoc, S. Bourotb, T. A.S. Beniansa, W.G.T. Willatsc, F. Meulewaeterb , J.P. Knoxa (aU. Leeds, bBayer CropScience, cU.Copenhagen). Heteromannan and heteroxylan cell wall polysaccharides display different dynamics during the elongation and secondary cell wall deposition phases of cotton fiber cell development. Plant and Cell Physiology Vol. 56, issue 9, pp. 1786-1797 (2015)

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M.C. Hernandez-Gomeza, M.G. Rydahlb,A. Rogowskic, C. Morlandc, A. Cartmellc, L. Crouchc, A. Labourelc, C.M.G.A. Fontesd, W.G.T. Willatsb, H.J. Gilbertc, J.P. Knoxa (aU.Leeds, bU.Copenhagen, cU.Newcastle). Recognition of xyloglucan by the crystalline cellulose-binding site of a family 3a carbohydrate-binding module. FEBS Letters Vol. 589, issue: 18, pp. 2297-2303 (2015)

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A.J. Piresa, T. Ribeiroa, A. Thompsonb, I. Vendittoa, V.O. Fernandesa,c, P. Bukea, H. Santosa, V.D. Alvesa, V. Piresa, L.M.A. Ferreiraa, C.M.G.A. Fontesa, S. Najmudina (aU.lisbon, bSynchrotron Soleil, cNZYTech). Purification and crystallographic studies of a putative carbohydrate-binding module from the Ruminococcus flavefaciens FD-1 endoglucanase Cel5A. Acta Christallographica Section F-Structural Biology Communications, Vol. 71, pp. 958-961, part 8 (2015)

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Y. Luoa,b, S. Schollc, A. Doeringd, Y. Zhangd, N.G. Irania,b, S. Di Rubboa,b, L. Neumetzlerd, P. Krishnamoorthyd, I. Van Houttea,b, E. Myllea,b, V. Bischoffe,f, S. Vernhettese,f, J. Winneg, J. Frimlh, Y.-D. Stierhofi, K. Schumacherc, S. Perssond,j, E. Russinovaa,b (aDepartment of Plant Systems Biology, VIB, b,gGhent University, cHeidelberg University, dMax Planck Institute, e,fINRA, AgroParisTech, IJPB, hInstitute of Science and Technology Austria, iUniversity of Tübingen, jUniversity of Melbourne ).V-ATPase activity in the TGN/EE is required for exocytosis and recycling in Arabidopsis. Nature Plants, Vol. 1 Issue 7, pp 15094 (2015)

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K. Camerona, Shabir Najmudina, Victor D. Alvesa, Edward A. Bayerb, Steven P. Smithc, Pedro Bulea, Helen Wallerd, Luís M.A. Ferreiraa, H.J. Gilbertd, and C.M.G.A. Fontesa (aU.Lisbon, bWeizmann Institute of Science, cQueen's University, dU.Newcastle). Cell-surface attachment of bacterial multi-enzyme complexes involves highly dynamic protein-protein anchors. The Journal Of Biological Chemistry Vol.290, NO.21, pp 13578-13590 (2015)

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A.G. Sousaa,b, Louise I. Ahla, Henriette L. Pedersena, Jonatan U. Fangela, Susanne O. Sørensenb, William G.T. Willatsa (aU.Copenhagen, bCP Kelco). A multivariate approach for high throughput pectin profiling by combining glycan microarrays with monoclonal antibodies. Carbohydrate Research vol.409 pp. 41-47 (2015)

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A.G. Sousaa,b, H.L. Nielsena, I. Armagana, J. Larsena, S.O. Sørensena (aCP Kelco, bU.Copenhagen). The impact of rhamnogalacturonan-I side chain monosaccharides on the rheological properties of citrus pectin. Food Hydrocolloids Vol.47, pp.130-139 (2015)

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B. Eberta, C. Rautengartena, X.Y. Guo*,b, G.Y. Xionga, S. Stoneblooma, A.M. Smith-Moritza, T. Hertera, L.J.G. Chana, P.D. Adamsa, C.J. Petzolda, M. Paulya, W.G.T. Willatsb, J.L. Heazlewooda,c, H.V. Schellera (aU.California Berkeley, bU.Copenhagen, cU.Melbourne). Identification and Characterization of a Golgi-Localized UDP-Xylose Transporter Family from Arabidopsis. Plant Cell, Vol. 27, issue 4, pp. 1218-1227 (2015)

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S. Vidal-Melgosaa, H.L. Pedersena, J. Schückela, G. Arnalb,c,d, C. Dumonb,c,d, D.B. Ambya, R.N. Monrade, B. Westerenga,f, and W.G.T. Willatsa(aU.copenhagen, bINRA, cU.Toulouse, dCNRS, eNovozymes, fNorwegian University of life sciences). A new versatile microarray-based method for high-throughput screening of carbohydrate-active enzymes. Journal of Biochemistry, Vol. 290, Issue 14, pp 9020-9036 (2015)

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S.K. Kračuna†, J. Schückela†, B. Westerenga,b,c, L.G. Thygesena, R.N. Monrade, V.G.H Eijsinkb and W.G.T. Willatsa(aU.copenhagen, bNorwegian University of life sciences). A new versatile microarray-based method for high-throughput screening of carbohydrate-active enzymes. Biotechnology for biofuels Vol. 8, issue 1, pp. 9020-9036 (2015)

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I. Vendittoa, S. Najmudina, A.S. Luísb, L.M.A. Ferreiraa, K. Sakkac, J.P. Knoxd, H.J. Gilbertb, and C.M.G.A. Fontesa (aU.Lisbon, bU.Newcastle, cU.Mie, dU.Leeds). Family 46 Carbohydrate-Binding Modules contribute to the enzymatic hydrolysis of xyloglucan and β-1,3-1,4-glucans through distinct mechanisms. The Journal Of Biological Chemistry Vol.290, NO.8 (2015)

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I. Vendittoa, A. Goyalb, A. Thompsonc, L.M.A. Ferreiraa, C.M.G.A. Fontesa and S. Najmudina (aU.Lisbon, bIndian Institute of Technology Guwahati, cSynchrotron SOLEIL).Crystallization and preliminary crystallographic studies of a novel noncatalytic carbohydrate- binding module from the Ruminococcus flavefaciens cellulosome. Acta Crystallographica Section F. F70, 45-48 (2015)

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A. K. Mackenziea, A. E. Naasa, S. K. Kracunb, J. Schückelb, J. U. Fangelb, J. W. Aggera, W. G. T. Willatsb, V. G. H. Eijsinka, P. B. Popea (aNorwegian University of Life Sciences, bU.copenhagen). A Polysaccharide Utilization Locus from an Uncultured Bacteroidetes Phylotype Suggests Ecological Adaptation and Substrate Versatility. Applied and Environmental Microbiology Vol. 81, pp. 187-195 (2015)

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J.-L. Runavota, X. Guob, W.G.T. Willatsb, J.P. Knoxc, F.Goubeta, F. Meulewaetera (aBayer CropScience, bU.Copenhagen, cU.Leeds).Non-Cellulosic Polysaccharides from Cotton Fibre Are Differently Impacted by Textile Processing. PLoS ONE 9(12): e115150 (2014)

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I. Venditto, M.S.J. Centeno, L.M.A. Ferreira, C.M.G.A. Fontes and S. Najmudin(U.Lisbon).Expression, purification and crystallization of a novel carbohydrate-binding module from the Ruminococcus flavefaciens cellulosome. Acta Cryst. F70, 1653-1656 (2014)

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I. Vendittoa, H. Santosa, J.Sandyb, J. Sanchez‐Weatherbyb, L.M.A. Ferreiraa, K. Sakkac, C.M.G.A. Fontesa and S. Najmudina (aU.Lisbon, bDiamond Light Source, cU.Mie).Crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis of a trimodular endo-β-1,4-glucanase (Cel5B) from Bacillus halodurans. Acta Crystallographica Section F. F70, 1628-1630 (2014)

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Richard Palmera, Valérie Cornuaultb, Susan E. Marcusb, J. Paul Knoxb, Peter R. Shewrya, Paola Tosi(aRothamsted Research, bU.Leeds) Comparative in situ analyses of cell wall matrix polysaccharide dynamics in developing rice and wheat grain. Planta, vol. 241, issue 3, pp 669-685 (2015)

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D. Rajasundarama,b, J.-L. Runavotc, X. Guod, W.G.T. Willatsd, F. Meulewaeterc,J. Selbiga,b (aU.Potsdam, bMax Planck I., cBayer CropScience, dU.Copenhagen).Understanding the Relationship between Cotton Fiber Properties and Non-Cellulosic Cell Wall Polysaccharides. PLoS ONE 9(11): e112168 (2014)

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D. Rajasundarama,b, J. Selbiga,b, S. Perssonb,c and S. Kliec,d (aU.Potsdam, bMax Planck I., cU.Melbourne, dTargenomix). Co-ordination and divergence of cell-specific transcription and translation of genes in arabidopsis root cell. Annals of Botany, vol.114, issue 6, pp. 1109-1123 (2014)

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A. E. Naasa, A. K. Mackenziea, J. Mravec,b, J. Schückelb, W. G. T. Willatsb, V. G. H. Eijsinka, P. B. Popea (aNorwegian University of Life Sciences, bU.copenhagen). Do Rumen Bacteroidetes Utilize an Alternative Mechanism for Cellulose Degradation? mBio, Vol. 5, Issue 4, pp e01401-14-e01401-14 (2014)

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P. Bule, A. Correia, K. Cameron, V.D. Alves, V. Cardoso, C.M.G.A. Fontes and Shabir Najmudin (U.Lisbon).Overexpression, purification, crystallization and preliminary X-ray characterization of the fourth scaffoldin A cohesin from Acetivibrio cellulolyticus in complex with a dockerin from a family 5 glycoside hydrolase. Acta Cryst. F, Vol.70, Issue 8, pp 1065-1067 (2014)

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M. Kayaa,†, A.G. Sousab,c,†, M.-J. Crépeaua, S.O. Sørensenb and M.-C. Raleta (aINRA, bCP Kelco, CU.Copenhagen). These authors contributed equally to this work. Characterization of citrus pectin samples extracted under different conditions: influence of acid type and pH of extraction. Annals of Botany, vol. 114, issue 6, pp.1319-1326 (2014)

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F. Buffettoa, D. Ropartza, X. J. Zhangb, H. J. Gilbertb, F. Guillona and M.-C. Raleta (aINRA, bU.Newcastle) Recovery and fine structure variability of RGII sub-domains in wine (Vitis vinifera Merlot). Annals of Botany, vol. 114, issue 6, pp. 1327-1337 (2014)

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I. Vendittoa, H. Santosa, L.M.A. Ferreiraa, K. Sakkab, C.M.G.A. Fontesa and S. Najmudina (aU.Lisbon, bU.Mie). Overproduction, purification, crystallization and preliminary X-ray characterization of the family 46 carbohydrate-binding module (CBM46) of endo-β-1,4-glucanase B (CelB) from Bacillus halodurans. Acta Crystallographica Section F. F70, 754-757 (2014)

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P. Krishnamoorthya,†, C. Sanchez-Rodrigueza,†, I. Heilmannb, and S. Perssona (aMax Planck I., bU.Marthin-Luther) †These authors contributed equally to this work. Regulatory roles of phosphoinositides in membrane trafficking and their potential impact on cell-wall synthesis and re-modelling. Annals of Botany, vol. 114, issue 6, pp. 1049-1057 (2014)

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K. Cameron, V. D. Alves, P. Bule, L.M.A Ferreira, C.M.G.A. Fontes & S. Najmudin (U.Lisbon). Purification, crystallization and preliminary X-ray characterization of the third ScaB cohesin in complex with an ScaA X-dockerin from Acetivibrio cellulolyticus. Acta Crytallographica Section F. F70, 656-658 (2014)

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V. Cornuault, J.P. Knox (U.Leeds) Sandwich Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) Analysis of Plant Cell Wall Glycan Connections. http://bio-protocol.org/wenzhang.aspx?id=1106#.U5HFQy9JmRt

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V. Cornuaulta, I.W. Manfielda, M-C. Raletb and J.P. Knoxa (aU.Leeds, bINRA) Epitope detection chromatography: a method to dissect the structural heterogeneity and inter-connections of plant cell-wall matrix glycans. The Plant Journal 78, pp. 715–722 (2014)

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X. Zhanga , A. Rogowskia , L. Zhaoa , M. G. Hahnb , U. Avcib , J. P. Knoxc , H. J. Gilberta (aU.Newcastle, bU.Georgia, cU.Leeds) Understanding How the Complex Molecular Architecture of Mannan-degrading Hydrolases Contributes to Plant Cell Wall Degradation. The journal of biological chemistry, vol.289, pp.2002-2012

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Y. Hamberga, V. Ruimy-Israelia, B. Dassaa, Y. Baraka,b, R. Lamedc, K. Camerond, C.M.G.A. Fontesd, E.A. Bayera and D.B. Frieda (aWeizmann Institute of Science, bTel Aviv University, cU.Lisbon). Elaborate cellulosome architecture of Acetivibrio cellulolyticus revealed by selective screening of cohesin–dockerin interactions. PeerJ Vol.2, pp e636 (2014)

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A.K. Verma, A. Goyal, F. Freire, P. Bule, I. Venditto, J.L.A. Brás, H. Santos, V. Cardoso, C. Bonifácio, A. Thompson, M.J. Romão, J.A.M. Prates, L.M.A. Ferreira, C.M.G.A.Fontes and Shabir Najmudin (U.Lisbon). Overexpression, crystallization and preliminary X-ray crystallographic analysis of glucuronoxylan xylanohydrolase (Xyn30A) from Clostridium thermocellum. Acta Cryst. F, Vol.69, issue 12, pp 1440-1442 (2013)

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T. Ischebecka,1, S. Wernera,b, P. Krishnamoorthyc, J. Lerchea,b, M. Meijóna, I. Stenzela,b, C. Löfkee, T. Wiessnere, Y. Ju Imf, I.Y. Pereraf, T. Ivena, I. Feussnera, W. Buschd, W. F. Bossf, T. Teichmanna, B. Hausee, S. Perssonc and I. Heilmanna,b (aAlbrecht-von-Haller-Institute for Plant Sciences, bMartin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, cMax Planck Institute, dGregor-Mendel-Institute for Molecular Plant Biology, eLeibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, fNorth Carolina State University) Phosphatidylinositol 4,5-Bisphosphate Influences PIN Polarization by Controlling Clathrin-Mediated Membrane Trafficking in Arabidopsis. The Plant Cell November 2013 tpc.113.116582

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K.J.D. Leea, V. Cornuaulta, I.W. Manfielda, M-C. Raletb and J.P. Knoxa (aU.Leeds, bINRA). Multi-scale spatial heterogeneity of pectic rhamnogalacturonan I (RG–I) structural features in tobacco seed endosperm cell walls. The plant journal, 75, pp.1018-1027 (2013)

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M.A. Curriea, K. Cameronb, F.M.V. Diasb, H.L. Spencera, E.A. Bayerc, C.M.G.A. Fontesb, S.P. Smitha, Z. Jiaa (aQueen's University, bU.Lisbon, cWeizmann Institute of Science).Small Angle X-ray Scattering Analysis of Clostridium thermocellum Cellulosome N-terminal Complexes Reveals a Highly Dynamic Structure. The Journal Of Biological Chemistry Vol.288, NO.11, pp 7978–7985 (2013)

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A.S. Luísa, I. Vendittoa, M.J. Templeb, A.Rogowskib, A.Basléb, J.Xuec, J.P. Knoxc, J.A.M. Pratesa, L.M.A. Ferreiraa, C.M.G.A. Fontesa, S. Najmudina, and H.J. Gilbertb (aU.Lisbon, bU.Newcastle, cU.Leeds). Understanding How Noncatalytic Carbohydrate Binding Modules Can Display Specificity for Xyloglucan. The Journal Of Biological Chemistry Vol.288,NO.7,pp.4799–4809 (2013)

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I. Vendittoa, A. Basléb, A.S. Luísa, M.J. Templeb, L.M.A. Ferreiraa, C.M.G.A. Fontesa, H.J. Gilbertb and S. Najmudina(aU.Lisbon, bU.Newcastle). Overproduction, purification, crystallization and preliminary X-ray characterization of the C-terminal family 65 carbohydrate-binding module (CBM65B) of endoglucanase Cel5A from Eubacterium cellulosolvens. Acta Crystallographica Section F. F69, 191–194 (2013)

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K. Cameron, V. D. Alves, P. Bule, L.M.A Ferreira, C.M.G.A. Fontes & S. Najmudin (U.Lisbon). Purification, crystallization and preliminary X-ray characterization of the Acetivibrio cellulolyticus type I cohesin ScaC in complex with the ScaB dockerin. Acta Crystallographica Section F. F68, 1030–1033 (2012)

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K. Mizutania, V.O. Fernandesc,d, S. Karitab, A.S. Luísc, M. Sakkaa, T. Kimuraa, A. Jacksone, X. J. Zhange, C.M.G.A. Fontesc,d, H.J. Gilberte, and Kazuo Sakka(a,bU.Mie, cU.Lisbon, dNZYTech Lda, eU.Newcastle) Influence of a Mannan Binding Family 32 Carbohydrate Binding Module on the Activity of the Appended Mannanase. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol.78, Issue 14, pp 4781-4787 (2012)

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