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Professor William Willats
Over 100-Year Preservation and Temporal Fluctuations of Cell Wall Polysaccharides in Marine Sediments2022
Dr Catherine Tétard-Jones
Professor William Willats
Adaptation of Arabidopsis halleri to extreme metal pollution through limited metal accumulation involves changes in cell wall composition and metal homeostasis2021
Professor William Willats
Ancient origin of fucosylated xyloglucan in charophycean green algae2021
Professor William Willats
Diatom fucan polysaccharide precipitates carbon during algal blooms2021
Professor William Willats
High-resolution 3D mapping of rhizosphere glycan patterning using molecular probes in a transparent soil system2021
Dr Hamish Yau
Dr Ana Morales Garcia
Professor William Willats
Dr Neil Lant
Removal of eDNA from fabrics using a novel laundry DNase revealed using high-resolution imaging2021
Dr Julia Schuckel
Professor William Willats
The Influence of Hydrolytic Enzymes on Tannin Adsorption-Desorption onto Grape Cell Walls in a Wine-Like Matrix2021
Professor William Willats
Tracking cell wall changes in wine and table grapes undergoing Botrytis cinerea infection using glycan microarrays2021
Dr Julia Schuckel
Professor William Willats
Untangling the impact of red wine maceration times on wine ageing. A multidisciplinary approach focusing on extended maceration in Shiraz wines2021
Professor William Willats
Escherichia coli O157:H7 F9 Fimbriae Recognize Plant Xyloglucan and Elicit a Response in Arabidopsis thaliana2020
Professor William Willats
Analysis of Plant Cell Walls Using High-Throughput Profiling Techniques with Multivariate Methods2020
Dr Catherine Tétard-Jones
Professor William Willats
Combinatorial Glycomic Analyses to Direct CAZyme Discovery for the Tailored Degradation of Canola Meal Non-Starch Dietary Polysaccharides2020
Professor William Willats
Contribution of NtZIP1-like, NtZIP11 and a WAK-pectin based mechanism to the formation of Zn-related lesions in tobacco leaves2020
Dr Catherine Tétard-Jones
Professor William Willats
Microbiota-directed fibre activates both targeted and secondary metabolic shifts in the distal gut2020
Professor William Willats
Overexpression of VviPGIP1 and NtCAD14 in Tobacco Screened Using Glycan Microarrays Reveals Cell Wall Reorganisation in the Absence of Fungal Infection2020
Dr Julia Schuckel
Professor William Willats
The impact of carbohydrate-active enzymes on mediating cell wall polysaccharide-tannin interactions in a wine-like matrix2020
Professor William Willats
Corrigendum to “Tracking polysaccharides during white winemaking using glycan microarrays reveals glycoprotein-rich sediments” (Food Research International (2019) 123 (662–673), (S0963996919303588), (10.1016/j.foodres.2019.06.003))2019
Professor William Willats
Investigating the relationship between cell wall polysaccharide composition and the extractability of grape phenolic compounds into Shiraz wines. Part II: Extractability during fermentation into wines made from grapes of different ripeness levels2019
Dr Julia Schuckel
Professor William Willats
Investigating the relationship between grape cell wall polysaccharide composition and the extractability of phenolic compounds into Shiraz wines. Part I: Vintage and ripeness effects2019
Professor William Willats
Metabolism of polysaccharides in dynamic middle lamellae during cotton fibre development2019
Professor William Willats
Polyploidy affects plant growth and alters cell wall composition2019
Professor William Willats
Tracking polysaccharides during white winemaking using glycan microarrays reveals glycoprotein-rich sediments2019
Professor William Willats
Understanding Changes in Tomato Cell Walls in Roots and Fruits: The Contribution of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Colonization2019
Professor William Willats
Branched Pectic Galactan in Phloem-Sieve-Element Cell Walls: Implications for Cell Mechanics2018
Professor William Willats
Double blind microarray-based polysaccharide profiling enables parallel identification of uncharacterized polysaccharides and carbohydrate-binding proteins with unknown specificities2018
Professor William Willats
Interspecies cross-feeding orchestrates carbon degradation in the rumen ecosystem2018
Professor William Willats
Structural basis for the role of serine-rich repeat proteins from Lactobacillus reuteri in gut microbe–host interactions2018
Professor William Willats
Synthesis of branched and linear 1,4-linked galactan oligosaccharides2018
Professor William Willats
Tracking polysaccharides through the brewing process2018
Professor William Willats
An oligogalacturonide-derived molecular probe demonstrates the dynamics of calcium-mediated pectin complexation in cell walls of tip-growing structures2017
Professor William Willats
Click chemistry-based tracking reveals putative cell wall-located auxin binding sites in expanding cells2017
Professor William Willats
Combining hydrothermal pretreatment with enzymes de-pectinates and exposes the innermost xyloglucan-rich hemicellulose layers of wine grape pomace2017
Professor William Willats
Development of novel monoclonal antibodies against starch and ulvan - Implications for antibody production against polysaccharides with limited immunogenicity2017
Professor William Willats
Exploring the Glycans of Euglena gracilis2017
Professor William Willats
Insoluble (1 → 3), (1 → 4)-β-Dglucan is a component of cell walls in brown algae (Phaeophyceae) and is masked by alginates in tissues2017
Professor William Willats
Pea border cell maturation and release involve complex cell wall structural dynamics2017
Professor William Willats
Synthesis and Application of Branched Type II Arabinogalactans2017
Dr Morten Nielsen
Professor William Willats
In vitro Biochemical Characterization of All Barley Endosperm Starch Synthases2016
Professor William Willats
Characterization of the LM5 pectic galactan epitope with synthetic analogues of β-1,4-d-galactotetraose2016
Dr Imma Venditto
Ana De Jesus Vaz Luís
Dr Arnaud Basle
Emeritus Professor Harry Gilbert
Professor William Willats
et al.
Complexity of the Ruminococcus flavefaciens cellulosome reflects an expansion in glycan recognition2016
Professor William Willats
High-throughput screening of carbohydrate-degrading enzymes using novel insoluble chromogenic substrate assay kits2016
Professor William Willats
Synthesis of β-1,4-Linked Galactan Side-Chains of Rhamnogalacturonan I2016
Dr Imma Venditto
Ana De Jesus Vaz Luís
Dr Julia Schuckel
Dr Arnaud Basle
Emeritus Professor Harry Gilbert
et al.
The complexity of the Ruminococcus flavefaciens cellulosome reflects an expansion in glycan recognition2016
Professor William Willats
A new generation of versatile chromogenic substrates for high-throughput analysis of biomass-degrading enzymes2015
Dr Claire Dumon
Professor William Willats
A new versatile microarray-based method for high throughput screening of carbohydrate-active enzymes.2015
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
Professor William Willats
Resistant starch diet induces change in the swine microbiome and a predominance of beneficial bacterial populations2015
Professor William Willats
Escherichia coli Common Pilus (ECP) Targets Arabinosyl Residues in Plant Cell Walls to Mediate Adhesion to Fresh Produce Plants2014
Professor William Willats
Discovery of LPMO activity on hemicelluloses shows the importance of oxidative processes in plant cell wall degradation.2014
Professor William Willats
Range of cell-wall alterations enhance saccharification in Brachypodium distachyon mutants2014
Professor William Willats
The role of the cell wall in plant immunity.2014
Professor William Willats
Tracking developmentally regulated post-synthetic processing of homogalacturonan and chitin using reciprocal oligosaccharide probes2014
Professor William Willats
The charophycean green algae provide insights into the early origins of plant cell walls2012
Professor William Willats
Versatile High Resolution Oligosaccharide Microarrays for Plant Glycobiology and Cell Wall Research2012
Professor Liam Donaldson
Dr Artur Rogowski
Emeritus Professor Harry Gilbert
Professor William Willats
Restricted access of proteins to mannan polysaccharides in intact plant cell walls2010