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Impact of aspects of the polysaccharide structure of mannoproteins on their interactions with Enological Tannins

Abstract

Mannoproteins (MPs) with different structure of their polysaccharide part (branching, substitutions, …) were used to better understand the impact of characteristics of the usual structure of MPs when interacting with Grape Seed Tannins (ST). 

From four Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains we obtain four MP pools: an enological strain LMD47 (presenting high levels of N-glycosylation and O-Mannosylation), a wild-type BY4742 strain (used as reference), and its mutants ΔMnn4 (with no mannosyl-phosphorylation) and ΔMnn2 (with a linear N-glycosylation backbone). The extraction method applied, with the exclusive enzymatic activity of Endo-β-1,3-Glucanase of Trichoderma sp. (E-LAMSE, Megazym), preserved the indigenous structure of mannoproteins to their utmost extent. Characterizations of the pools confirmed differences among the polysaccharide moieties of the four MPs regarding charge, mannose/glucose ratio, and branching degrees but no differences between their protein moieties.

The formation and evolution of colloidal aggregates due to interactions between MPs and ST at different concentrations were evaluated through Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), while the number of colloidal aggregates formed and the particle size distribution were assessed by Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA). The possible differences in the mechanisms of interaction among the four kinds of mannoproteins were analyzed through Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (ITC).

DLS and NTA experiments indicated an immediate formation of colloidal aggregates, in which the final particle size and concentration were dependent on the ST/MP ratio. Whenever the latter was extremely high, a very progressive flocculation related to a reversible aggregation occurred. The kinetics of this instability phenomenon was dependent on the polysaccharide structure of MPs. ITC analysis showed two different kinds of interactions: an intense exothermic one susceptible to temperature, and a much weaker interaction (as for enthalpy release) less thermo-dependent, possibly related to H-bonding and hydrophobic interactions, respectively. 

Neither the absence of mannosyl phosphate groups, the absence of ramifications on the outer chains of the N-glycosylation, nor the protein glycosylation overexpression seem to play a decisive role in those interactions. However, these structural differences affected the stability of MP-ST colloids formed at specific concentrations and slightly changed the enthalpy exchange profiles.

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Publication date: June 13, 2022

Issue: WAC 2022

Type: Article

Authors

Assunção Bicca, Céline, Poncet-Legrand, Julie, Mekoue Nguela, Thierry, Doco, Aude, Vernhet

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Assunção Bicca – Université de Montpellier

Unité Mixte de Recherche Sciences Pour l’OEnologie, Institut Agro, INRAE, Université de Montpellier, Montpellier, France | Lallemand SAS | Unité Mixte de Recherche Sciences Pour l’OEnologie

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Keywords

Mannoproteins – Colloidal Stability – Polysaccharide/Polyphenol Interactions – Wine macromolecules

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IVES Conference Series | WAC 2022

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