Browsing publications by Dr Artur Rogowski

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Dr Aurore Labourel
Dr Lucy Crouch
Dr Adam Jackson
Dr Artur Rogowski
Dr Joseph Gray
et al.
The Mechanism by Which Arabinoxylanases Can Recognize Highly Decorated Xylans2016
Professor Harry Gilbert
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Artur Rogowski
Dr Fiona Cuskin
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
et al.
Understanding complex glycan utilization in the human microbiota2016
Dr Artur Rogowski
Jon Briggs
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
Dr Arnaud Basle
Carl Morland
et al.
Glycan complexity dictates microbial resource allocation in the large intestine2015
Dr Fiona Cuskin
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
Dr Max Temple
Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr Artur Rogowski
et al.
Human gut Bacteroidetes can utilize yeast mannan through a selfish mechanism2015
Dr Artur Rogowski
Carl Morland
Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr Lucy Crouch
Dr Aurore Labourel
et al.
Recognition of xyloglucan by the crystalline cellulose-binding site of a family 3a carbohydrate-binding module2015
Dr Artur Rogowski
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Alexandra Solovyova
Professor Harry Gilbert
Dr David Bolam
et al.
Evidence That GH115 alpha-Glucuronidase Activity, Which Is Required to Degrade Plant Biomass, Is Dependent on Conformational Flexibility2014
Xiaoyang Zhang
Dr Artur Rogowski
Professor Harry Gilbert
Understanding How the Complex Molecular Architecture of Mannan-degrading Hydrolases Contributes to Plant Cell Wall Degradation2014
Dr Max Temple
Dr Artur Rogowski
Dr Arnaud Basle
Professor Harry Gilbert
Understanding How Noncatalytic Carbohydrate Binding Modules Can Display Specificity for Xyloglucan2013
Dr Artur Rogowski
Dr Adam Jackson
Professor Rick Lewis
Professor Harry Gilbert
Dr Jon Marles-Wright
et al.
Introducing endo-xylanase activity into an exo-acting arabinofuranosidase that targets side chains2012
Dr Artur Rogowski
Professor Harry Gilbert
Carbohydrate-binding modules promote the enzymatic deconstruction of intact plant cell walls by targeting and proximity effects2010
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