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EXOCELLULAR ALGINIC ACID FROM AZOTOBACTER VINELANDII
Azotobactervinelandii produces a partly acetylated exocellular polysaccharide which consists mainly of D-mannuronic acid units and a small proportion of L-guluronic acid units. It resembles alginic...
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THE FERMENTATION OF LONG-CHAIN COMPOUNDS BY TORULOPSIS MAGNOLIAE: I. STRUCTURES OF THE HYDROXY FATTY ACIDS OBTAINED BY THE FERMENTATION OF FATTY ACIDS AND HYDROCARBONS
The yield of extracellular glycolipid produced by Torulopsis magnoliae is increased three-to five-fold by the addition of suitable compounds to the growing culture. The supplement, which can be aExpand
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Rationalization of Carbon-13 Magnetic Resonance Spectra of Yeast Mannans and Structurally Related Oligosaccharides
The carbon-13 magnetic resonance (c.m.r.) spectra of oligosaccharides, derived from yeast mannans by partial acetolysis, contain signals at δC 93.1–105.4 (C-l's) and 79.2–81.2 (C-2's and/or C-3'sExpand
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AN EXOCELLULAR MANNAN, ALTERNATELY LINKED 1,3-β AND 1,4-β FROM RHODOTORULA GLUTINIS
The yeast, Rhodotorula glutinis, gives an exocellular mannan containing 1,3-β- and 1.4-β-D-mannopyranose residues arranged in a straight chain of at least 90 units. Consecutive 1,3-β links are absentExpand
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THE OCCURRENCE IN THE HOST PLANT OF PHYSIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE GUMS PRODUCED BY CORYNEBACTERIUM INSIDIOSUM AND CORYNEBACTERIUM SEPEDONICUM
Corynebacterium insidiosum and Corynebacterium sepedonicum, the causative agents of bacterial wilt of alfalfa and of potato ring rot, produce viscous polysaccharide solutions when grown in shakenExpand
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EXTRACELLULAR ACIDIC POLYSACCHARIDES FROM C. INSIDIOSUM AND OTHER CORYNEBACTERIUM SPP.
The extracellular polysaccharide of Corynebacteriuminsidiosum, the causative agent of alfalfa wilt, contains D-glucose, D-galactose, and L-fucose in the proportions 2:3:4, with smaller amounts of a...
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Comparison of proton magnetic resonance spectra of cell-wall mannans and galactomannans of selected yeasts with their chemical structures
Yeasts can often be identified with the aid of the distinctive proton magnetic resonance (p.m.r.) spectra of their cell-wall mannans or galactomannans. Some of the polysaccharides, such as theExpand
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Proton magnetic resonance spectra of Trichosporon aculeatum mannan and its borate complex and their relationship to chemical structure
Methylation–fragmentation and periodate oxidation studies show that the mannan of Trichosporon aculeatum is branched with 2-O and 6-O-monosubstituted units and 2,6-di-O-substituted D-mannopyranosyl...
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