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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 20, Issue 6, pp 661–665 | Cite as

Lipopolysaccharides fromMastigocladus laminosus

  • L. V. Mikheiskaya
  • R. G. Ovodova
  • Yu. S. Ovodov
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Abstract

A lipopolysaccharide (LPS) has been isolated by phenol-water extraction from the cells of the blue-green algaMastigocladus laminosus. It has been shown that the LPS contains polysaccharide and lipid components. The polysaccharide component includes a rhamnan fragment constructed of β-1,3- and, possibly, -1,2-bound L-rhamnose residues. The lipid component is constructed of glucosamine, glucose, and fatty acid residues, among which palmitic acid predominates.

Keywords

Raffinose Rhamnose Fructan Fatty Acid Residue Polysaccharide Component 

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  • L. V. Mikheiskaya
  • R. G. Ovodova
  • Yu. S. Ovodov

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