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Isoprimeverose [α-Xyl-(1→6)-Glc] is the most diagnostic repeat unit of xyloglucan, being unknown from any other polymer; it can be released quantitatively from xyloglucan by Driselase digestion, which thus serves as a simple assay for xyloglucan. The α-Xyl residues are completely stable to Driselase, which lacks detectable α-xylosidase activity. Essentially all the other residues are released as free monosaccharides; however, the 6AcGal residues appear to be released by Driselase as galactose + free acetate.
All four of these side chains are themselves acidic (unlike those of RG-I) and contain very unusual residues, including some known only from RG-II. The fifth side chain is a single α-Ara residue (Melton et al. 1986). Side chain B has acetyl groups on the AceA and MeFuc residues (O’Neill et al. 2004). There are no reports of methyl esters in RG-II. If RG-II has one copy of each side chain, it is DP 30 (∼5 kDa). The dimerization of RG-II by borate crosslinks is discussed later. The linkages between the side-chains and RG-II’s backbone are unusually acid-labile, especially the Api→GalA* and Kdo→GalA bonds; the side chains can therefore be pruned off the backbone by warm dilute acid.
Work is in progress (Peña et al. 2007a) to characterize the bryophyte XGOs. Intriguingly, XGOs from the moss Physcomitrella have branched side chains containing acidic sugar residues. Despite these major differences between bryophyte and angiosperm xyloglucans, AIR from cell cultures of the hornwort Anthoceros yields the nonasaccharide XXFG (unpublished observations), a highly specific structure that has evidently been preserved unchanged throughout land-plant evolution. All bryophyte walls investigated contain GalA and Rha, characteristic of pectins, and Driselase digestion yields xylobiose, indicative of xylans.