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Plant glycobiology

Publications

Zhu, F., Bertoft, E., Szydlowski, N., D’Hulst, C. and Seetharaman, K. Branching patterns in leaf starches from Arabidopsis mutants deficient in diverse starch synthases. Carbohydr Res., 2015, 401, 96-108.

Arias, M.C., Pelletier, S., Hilliou, F., Wattebled, F., Renou, J.-P. and D’Hulst, C. From dusk till dawn : the Arabidopsis thaliana sugar starving responsive network. Front Plant Sci., 2014, 5.

Brust, H., Lehmann, T., D’Hulst, C. and Fettke, J. Analysis of the functional interaction of Arabidopsis starch synthase and branching enzyme isoforms reveals that the cooperative action of SSI and BEs results in glucans with polymodal chain length distribution similar to amylopectin. PLoS One, 2014, 9, e102364.

Rolland-Sabate, A., Guilois, S., Grimaud, F., Lancelon-Pin, C., Roussel, X., Laguerre, S., Vikso-Nielsen, A., Putaux, J.L., D’Hulst, C., Potocki-Veronese, G. and Buleon, A. Characterization of hyperbranched glycopolymers produced in vitro using enzymes. Anal Bioanal Chem, 2014, 406, 1607-1618.

Buléon, A., Cotte, M., Putaux, J.-L., D’Hulst, C. and Susini, J. Tracking sulfur and phosphorus within single starch granules using synchrotron X-ray microfluorescence mapping. BBA - Gen Subjects, 2014, 1840, 113-119.

Facon, M., Lin, Q., Azzaz, A.M., Hennen-Bierwagen, T.A., Myers, A.M., Putaux, J.L., Roussel, X., D’Hulst, C. and Wattebled, F. Distinct functional properties of isoamylase-type starch debranching enzymes in monocot and dicot leaves. Plant Physiol., 2013, 163, 1363-1375.

Lin, Q., Facon, M., Putaux, J.-L., Dinges, J.R., Wattebled, F., D’Hulst, C., Hennen-Bierwagen, T.A. and Myers, A.M. Function of isoamylase-type starch debranching enzymes ISA1 and ISA2 in the Zea mays leaf. New Phytol., 2013, 200, 1009-1021.

Grimaud, F., Lancelon-Pin, C., Rolland-Sabaté, A., Roussel, X., Laguerre, S., Viksø-Nielsen, A., Putaux, J.-L., Guilois, S., Buléon, A., D’Hulst, C. and Potocki-Véronèse, G. In Vitro Synthesis of Hyperbranched α-Glucans Using a Biomimetic Enzymatic Toolbox. Biomacromolecules, 2013, 14, 438-447.

Roussel, X., Lancelon-Pin, C., Vikso-Nielsen, A., Rolland-Sabate, A., Grimaud, F., Potocki-Veronese, G., Buleon, A., Putaux, J.L. and D’Hulst, C. Characterization of substrate and product specificity of the purified recombinant glycogen branching enzyme of Rhodothermus obamensis. BBA - Gen Subjects, 2013, 1830, 2167-2177.

Szydlowski, N., Ragel, P., Hennen-Bierwagen, T.A., Planchot, V., Myers, A.M., Merida, A., D’Hulst, C. and Wattebled, F. Integrated functions among multiple starch synthases determine both amylopectin chain length and branch linkage location in Arabidopsis leaf starch. J Exp Bot., 2011, 62, 4547-4559.

D’Hulst, C. and Mérida, Á. The priming of storage glucan synthesis from bacteria to plants : current knowledge and new developments. New Phytologist, 2010, 188, 13-21.

Dauvillée, D., Delhaye, S., Gruyer, S., Slomianny, C., Moretz, S.E., D’Hulst, C., Long, C.A., Ball, S.G. and Tomavo, S. Engineering the Chloroplast Targeted Malarial Vaccine Antigens in Chlamydomonas Starch Granules. PLoS ONE, 2010, 5, e15424.

Chapters

D’Hulst, C. and Mérida, A. Once upon a prime : inception of the understanding of starch initiation in plants. In Starch : Origins, Structure and Metabolism. Tetlow, I.J. ed. London, UK : Society for Experimental Biology, 2012, Chapter 3, pp. 55-76.