Yu. I. Kozlova

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The cell wall of Actinoplanes utahensis VKM Ac-674T contains two anionic polymers: teichoic acid 1,3-poly(glycerol phosphate) that is widespread in cell walls of Gram-positive bacteria; and a unique teichulosonic acid belonging to a new class of bioglycans described only in microorganisms of the Actinomycetales order. The latter polymer contains residues of(More)
The teichoic acids (TAs) of type strains, viz. Bacillus licheniformis VKM B-511T and Bacillus pumilus VKM B-508T, as well as phylogenetically close bacteria VKM B-424, VKM B-1554, and VKM B-711 previously assigned to Bacillus pumilus on the basis of morphological, physiological, and biochemical properties, were investigated. Three polymers were found in the(More)
Cell walls of three type strains of the Bacillus subtilis group, Bacillus mojavensis VKM B-2650, Bacillus amyloliquefaciens subsp. amyloliquefaciens VKM B-2582, and Bacillus sonorensis VKM B-2652, are characterized by the individual set of teichoic acids. All strains contained 1,3-poly(glycerol phosphates), unsubstituted, acylated with D-alanine, and(More)
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