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)
Lytic Proteus phage PM16, isolated from human faeces, is a novel virus that is specific for Proteus mirabilis cells. Bacteriophage PM16 is characterized by high stability, a short latency period, large burst size and the occurrence of low phage resistance. Phage PM16 was classified as a member of the genus Phikmvvirus on the basis of genome organization,(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)
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)
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