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Figure S1. Optimization of conditions for crosslinking peanut proteins with tyrosinases: A, B and C- treatment with Agaricus bisporus tyrosinase for 2, 6 and 24 hours; D, E and F- treatment with Trichoderma resei tyrosinase for 2, 6 and 24 hours. All gels have the same layout: lane 1 – peanut proteins + 1 mM caffeic acid, lane 2 – peanut proteins, lane 3 – 1000 nkat/g of enzyme + 1 mM caffeic acid + peanut proteins, 4 – 1000 nkat/g of enzyme + peanut proteins, 5 – 100 nkat/g of enzyme + 1 mM caffeic acid + peanut proteins, 6 – 100 nkat/g of enzyme + peanut proteins, MM – molecular weight markers, HMW – high molecular weight proteins.

Figure S2. Modulation of crosslinking by pH value. A – treatment with Agaricus bisporus tyrosinase, B – treatment with Trichoderma reesei tyrosinase. C – peanut proteins (control), PE+caff – peanut proteins treated in the presence of caffeic acid as mediator, PE -peanut proteins treated with no mediator. CL – higher molecular weight crosslinks.

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