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Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr Jose Munoz Munoz
Dr Jonathan Briggs
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
et al.
A surface endogalactanase in Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron confers keystone status forarabinogalactan degradation2018
Dr Jonathan Briggs
Xiaoyang Zhang
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Aurore Labourel
Dr Arnaud Basle
et al.
Dietary pectic glycans are degraded by coordinated enzyme pathways in human colonic Bacteroides2018
Dr Alan Cartmell
Structural studies of the unusual metal-ion site of the GH124 endoglucanase from Ruminiclostridium thermocellum2018
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Jose Munoz Munoz
Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr David Bulmer
Dr Corinne Wills
et al.
The human gut microbe Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron encodes the founding member of a novel glycosaminoglycan-degrading polysaccharide lyase family PL292018
Dr Jose Munoz Munoz
Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr Arnaud Basle
Professor Harry Gilbert
An evolutionarily distinct family of polysaccharide lyases removes rhamnose capping of complex arabinogalactan proteins2017
Dr Didier Ndeh
Dr Artur Rogowski
Dr Alan Cartmell
Ana De Jesus Vaz Luís
Dr Arnaud Basle
et al.
Complex pectin metabolism by gut bacteria reveals novel catalytic functions2017
Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Susan Firbank
Dr Didier Ndeh
et al.
How members of the human gut microbiota overcome the sulfation problem posed by glycosaminoglycans2017
Dr Jose Munoz Munoz
Dr Alan Cartmell
Professor Harry Gilbert
Unusual active site location and catalytic apparatus in a glycoside hydrolase family2017
Dr Alan Cartmell
Dr Jose Munoz Munoz
Professor Harry Gilbert
Analysis Human Microbiome Reveals a New Glycoside Hydrolase Family, Which Lacks the Canonical Catalytic Apparatus2016
Dr Jose Munoz Munoz
Dr Alan Cartmell
Professor Harry Gilbert
Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron requires rhamnose release to grow with Gum Arabic2016
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