The structures and biological activities of the lipo-oligosaccharide nodulation signals produced by type I and II strains of Bradyrhizobium japonicum.

@article{Carlson1993TheSA,
  title={The structures and biological activities of the lipo-oligosaccharide nodulation signals produced by type I and II strains of Bradyrhizobium japonicum.},
  author={Russell W Carlson and J. C. Rodriguez Sanjuan and U. Ramadas Bhat and John G. Glushka and Herman P. Spaink and Andr{\'e} H. M. Wijfjes and Anton A N van Brussel and Thomas J. W. Stokkermans and N. Kent Peters and Gary Stacey},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1993},
  volume={268 24},
  pages={18372-81}
}
Bradyrhizobium japonicum produces lipo-oligosaccharide signal molecules that induce deformation of root hairs and meristematic activity on soybeans. B. japonicum USDA135 (a Type I strain) produces modified chitin pentasaccharide molecules with either a terminal N-C16:0- or N-C18:1-glucosamine with and without an O-acetyl group at C-6 and with 2-O-methylfucose linked to C-6 of the reducing N-acetylglucosamine. An additional molecule has N-C16:1-glucosamine and no O-acetyl group. All of these… CONTINUE READING
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