Cell Wall Glycome Profiling

Cell Wall Glycome Profiling

At present, more searches are focusing on the composition and structure of plant cell walls and the conversion rate of biofuels. CD BioGlyco has succeeded in cell wall glycome profiling in different cases. We have the confidence to be your essential research assistant in the field of glycobiology.


The structure and composition of plant cell walls are very different, depending on factors such as the species of origin, tissue type, developmental stage, and environment. depending on many factors, including the species of origin, tissue type, developmental stage and environment, etc. The changes in the physicochemical and/or ultrastructural characteristics of the cell wall largely depend on the relative composition and proportions of various cell wall components, including (but not limited to) cellulose, lignin, hemicellulose and pectin polysaccharides, and the interaction between these polymers.

Cell walls are inherently resistant to destruction by biological or chemical catalysts. This tenacious resistance is considered to be the main obstacle to the production of cost-effective cellulosic biofuels. Therefore, it is necessary to have a detailed understanding of the Therefore, to overcome the obstacle, it is necessary to have a detailed understanding of the plant cell wall structure.

In recent years, glycome profiling can be used to study plant cell wall on natural and pre-treated plant biomass samples and determine the relative abundance of matrix polysaccharides in plant biomass and the cell wall structure in different plant categories, thus enhancing the understanding of cell wall structure and composition.

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We provide analysis services for natural or pre-treated plant samples, as well as a variety of related GC-MS, HPLC, ELISA and other technology platforms. Cell wall glycome profiling in CD BioGlyco includes but is not limited to the following aspects.

  • According to the characteristics of the sample, determine what pretreatment should be made for the sample
  • Glycome profiling of biomass residues
  • Biomass polysaccharide and lignin composition analysis via various chemical treatments and further quantification by mass spectrometry
  • Biomass enzymatic saccharification


  • Precise regulation of plant cell wall
  • Plant fiber materials research
  • Cell wall composition and physical architecture research
  • Plant biomass conversion

Advantages of Us

  • Design different schemes for different samples
  • Different sample pretreatment methods maximize sugar release rate
  • Advanced analysis platform and well-trained researchers
  • 24 hours after-sales service

CD BioGlyco has provided reliable and cost-effective plant carbohydrates research services to customers all over the world and has received unanimous praise. We will always keep full transparency in the experimental process and speed up the research of glycobiology for customers.

Customers can contact our employees directly and we will respond promptly. If you are interested in our services, please contact us for more detailed information.


  1. Pattathil, S.; et al. Insights into plant cell wall structure, architecture, and integrity using glycome profiling of native and AFEXTM-pretreated biomass. Journal of Experimental Botany. 2015, 66(14): 4279-4294.
This service is for Research Use Only, not intended for any clinical use.

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