Varying the abundance of O antigen in Rhizobium etli and its effect on symbiosis with Phaseolus vulgaris.

@article{Noel2000VaryingTA,
  title={Varying the abundance of O antigen in Rhizobium etli and its effect on symbiosis with Phaseolus vulgaris.},
  author={K. Noel and L. S. Forsberg and R. Carlson},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={2000},
  volume={182 19},
  pages={
          5317-24
        }
}
Judged by migration of its lipopolysaccharide (LPS) in gel electrophoresis, the O antigen of Rhizobium etli mutant strain CE166 was apparently of normal size. However, its LPS sugar composition and staining of the LPS bands after electrophoresis indicated that the proportion of its LPS molecules that possessed O antigen was only 40% of the wild-type value. Its LPS also differed from the wild type by lacking quinovosamine (2-amino-2,6-dideoxyglucose). Both of these defects were due to a single… Expand
Genetic locus required for antigenic maturation of Rhizobium etli CE3 lipopolysaccharide.
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