Apr 26, 2016

Arabidopsis cobra protein binds to glucan chains with higher affinity than to cellulose

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Nadav Sorek, Chris Somerville

Abstract

Because of several anomalies in a publication that we coauthored, concerning the interaction of the Arabidopsis cobra protein with crystalline cellulose (Avicel) and individual glucan chains (cellohexaose) we reexamined the data and had an independent laboratory redo a key experiment. The results show that COBRA binds to cellohexaose preferably over binding to Avicel, confirming our previous report.

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Protein Binding
Arabidopsis
Avicel
Laboratory
Cobra
cellohexaose
Crystallins
Binding (Molecular Function)
Crystal Structure
Glucans

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