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A cellular model sensitively responds to biochemical modifications of allergens

A cellular model sensitively responds to biochemical modifications of allergens

The chemical chemical modification by deamidation or enzymatic hydrolysis enzymatic hydrolysis of gluten proteins influences their interaction with...
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Polysaccharides play a role in firming up apples

Polysaccharides play a role in firming up apples

The interactions between cellulose, pectins and water in plant cell walls are responsible for the mechanical properties of apples.
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Divide and characterize: partial hydrolysis of a wheat protein

Divide and characterize: partial hydrolysis of a wheat protein

The objective of this work was to revisit the structure of gliadins in light of advances in the field of intrinsically disordered proteins.
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Apple juice found to contain novel phenolics with surprising tanning properties

Apple juice found to contain novel phenolics with surprising tanning properties

Surprising tanning properties have been demonstrated for original phenolic molecules naturally derived from enzymatic oxidation in apple juice model.
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A direct image of lignocellulosic call walls degradability

A direct image of lignocellulosic call walls degradability

Mass spectrometry imaging: a new approach to address the accessibility and efficiency of action of cellulolytic enzymes on lignocellulosic material.
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Plant-cell morphology mapped by greyscale-level granulometry

Plant-cell morphology mapped by greyscale-level granulometry

The developed image analysis method generates a parametric mapping of the cellular morphology of plant tissues, from images obtained by microscopy or...
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Biopolymer assembly mediated by biomimetic microreactors

Biopolymer assembly mediated by biomimetic microreactors

Thanks to microfluidics, microreactors have been developed to produce and trap giant uni-lamellar vesicles encapsulating macromolecules.
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Characterization of the structure and biosynthesis of mannans in wheat

Characterization of the structure and biosynthesis of mannans in wheat

The European MANAN project aimed to elucidate the structure, biosynthesis, and biological function of wheat mannans.
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Do transition metals and phenolic compounds affect apple-juice yields?

Do transition metals and phenolic compounds affect apple-juice yields?

The IONS project brief was to investigate the effect of variability in metal ion and phenolic content on oxidative degradation prcesses in the plant...
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A new piece in the structural puzzle of plant cuticle

A new piece in the structural puzzle of plant cuticle

The fine structure of the walls embedded in the cutin polymer could be elucidated using a multimodal approach on the tomato fruit model.
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