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Enzyme-extracted raspberry pectin exhibits a high-branched structure and enhanced anti-inflammatory properties than hot acid-extracted pectin, D. Wu, S. Chen, X. Ye, X. Zheng, S. Ahmadi, W. Hu, C. Yu, H. Cheng, R. J. Linhardt, J. Chen, Food Chemistry, 383, 132387, 2022.
To characterize the structure of purified raspberry pectin and discuss the impact of different extraction methods on the pectin structure, raspberry pectin was extracted by hot-acid and enzyme method and purified by stepwise ethanol precipitation and ion-exchange chromatography isolation. Enzyme-extracted raspberry pectin (RPE50%-3) presented relatively intact structure with molecular weight of 5 × 104 g/mol and the degree of methylation was 39%. The 1D/2D NMR analysis demonstrated RPE50%-3 was a high-branched pectin mainly containing 50% homogalacturonan, 16% branched α-1,5-arabinan and α-1,3-arabinan, 18% β-1,4-galactan and β-1,6-galactan. Acid-extracted raspberry pectin (RPA50%-3) contained less arabinan than RPE50%-3. Moreover, RPE50%-3 inhibited the nitric oxide (NO), TNF-α, IL-6 production of lipopolysaccharide-induced macrophages by 67%, 22% and 46% at the dosage of 200 ug/mL, while the inhibitory rate of RPA50%-3 were 33%, 9%, and 1%, respectively. These results suggested that enzyme-extracted raspberry pectin contained more arabinan sidechains and exhibited better immunomodulatory effect.;
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