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Structure And Properties Of Lipid A — A Component Of Gram-negative Bacteria

I. Krasikova, T. F. Solov'eva, Y. S. Ovodov
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A review is given of literature information on the structure, biosynthesis, and biological properties of lipid A, the hydrophobic section of the endotoxins of Gram-negative bacteria.
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