The structures of the two lipopolysaccharide O-chains produced by Salmonella.

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TypeArticle
Journal titleBiochem.Cell Biol.
Volume66
Issue10
Pages10661077; # of pages: 12
Subject13C; 1H; ACID; analysis; biosynthesis; Canada; Carbohydrate Sequence; chemistry; Deamination; Hydrolysis; immunology; LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE; Lipopolysaccharides; MAGNETIC; Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy; MAGNETIC-RESONANCE; Methylation; Nitrous Acid; NUCLEAR; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE; O-chain; Optical Rotation; Polymers; RESONANCE; Rotation; Salmonella; structure; SYSTEM; UNIT
AbstractSalmonella boecker, which belongs to group 0:6, 14(H) and shows the antigenic factors 6, 14, [1], and [25], defined by the Kauffmann-White system, produces two lipopolysaccharides differing from each other in the structures of their 0-poly-saccharide moieties. By glycose composition, partial hydrolysis, nitrous acid deamination, methylation, optical rotation, and 1H and 13C nuclear magnetic resonance studies, the O-polysaccharides were demonstrated to be high-molecular-weight polymers (I and II) composed of either structurally related repeating tetrasaccharide or repeating pentasaccharide units having the structures and (table; see text)
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AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; NRC Institute for Biological Sciences
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NRC numberBRISSON1988A
NPARC number9384754
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