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In order to achieve this goal, better information about how nature handles bio chemistry across the liquid—solid interface is necessary.

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Here, we have highlighted the potential of bottom-up synthetic biology approaches to produce starch-like surfaces in a format suitable for both structural analysis and real-time kinetic assessment of enzyme action thereon. These glyconanotechnology methods will help to pave the way to a more complete understanding of natural starch metabolism and may be used to inform understanding and exploitation of the natural processes, including the recapitulation of starch production in non-starch producing organisms.

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