The structures of the lipopolysaccharides from Rhizobium etli strains CE358 and CE359. The complete structure of the core region of R. etli lipopolysaccharides.

@article{Forsberg1998TheSO,
  title={The structures of the lipopolysaccharides from Rhizobium etli strains CE358 and CE359. The complete structure of the core region of R. etli lipopolysaccharides.},
  author={Lennart S Forsberg and Russell W Carlson},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={273 5},
  pages={2747-57}
}
The structural arrangement of oligosaccharides comprising the core region of Rhizobium etli CE3 lipopolysaccharide (LPS) has been elucidated through the characterization of the LPSs from two R. etli mutants. One mutant, CE358, completely lacks the O-chain polysaccharide, while the second mutant, CE359, contains a truncated portion of this polysaccharide. This structural arrangement of the core oligosaccharides in these LPSs was determined using electrospray ionization mass spectrometry, tandem… CONTINUE READING

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