tpj12575-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfPDF document558KFigure S1. Model of acetylated xylan interacting with cellulose with hexagonal cross section.
tpj12575-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdfPDF document343KFigure S2. H3/C3 regions of a two-dimensional 13C HSQC spectrum.
tpj12575-sup-0003-FigureS3.pdfPDF document847KFigure S3. MALDI-CID of Xyl4Ac3 released by CmXyn10B from acetylated gux1 gux2 stem xylan, labelled with 2-AA and separated by HILIC.
tpj12575-sup-0004-FigureS4.pdfPDF document928KFigure S4. MALDI-CID on the Xyl4Ac2 released by EcXyn30 from acetylated gux1 gux2 stem xylan.
tpj12575-sup-0005-FigureS5.pdfPDF document405KFigure S5. MALDI-CID of Xyl4Ac2 released by CmXyn10B digestion of acetylated xylan from wild-type Arabidopsis stems.
tpj12575-sup-0006-FigureS6.pdfPDF document33KFigure S6. Numbering of individual molecules used in the simulations.
tpj12575-sup-0007-FigureS7.pdfPDF document139KFigure S7. Two MD snapshots showing the slight tilting of the plane of origin chains observed during simulations.
tpj12575-sup-0008-FigureS8.pdfPDF document302KFigure S8. Histograms showing the distribution of glycosidic dihedral angles Φ + Ψ between adjacent xylose residues of unsubstituted xylan DP10.
tpj12575-sup-0009-TableS1.docxWord document57KTable S1. 1H and 13C NMR assignments of acetylated gux1 gux2 xylan at 25°C in D2O.
tpj12575-sup-0010-TableS2.docxWord document67KTable S2. Interaction energies between xylans and cellulose.
tpj12575-sup-0011-TableS3.docxWord document73KTable S3. Interaction energies between xylans and water.
tpj12575-sup-0012-TableS4.docxWord document53KTable S4. Glucuronoxylan–cellulose and glucuronoxylan–water interaction energies.
tpj12575-sup-0013-TableS5.docxWord document53KTable S5. Acetylxylan–cellulose and acetylxylan–water interaction energies.
tpj12575-sup-0014-TableS6.docxWord document90KTable S6. Xylan–cellulose hydrogen bonding statistics for xylans adsorbed on the (010) face of cellulose.
tpj12575-sup-0015-TableS7.docxWord document90KTable S7. Xylan–cellulose hydrogen bonding statistics for xylans adsorbed on the (020) face of cellulose.
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