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Identification of beta-galactofuranosyl residues and their rapid internal motion in the Penicillium ochro-chloron cell wall probed by 13 C NMR



Identification of beta-galactofuranosyl residues and their rapid internal motion in the Penicillium ochro-chloron cell wall probed by 13 C NMR



Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 102(1): 524-530



Polysaccharides, which come into resonances in the 13C NMR spectrum of P. ochro-chloron intact mycelium and give anomeric carbon signals at 107.5 and 108.3 ppm, are associated with the cell wall. By 13C NMR and GLC analysis, it is shown that the polysaccharides are 2 types of .beta.-galactofuranosyl residues, one of which has (1 .fwdarw. 2)-.beta.-galactofuranosyl linkages. Both .beta.-galactofuranosyl residues, which are minor cell wall components, experience rapid internal motion in the cell wall.

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