Hydrodynamic characteristics of the capsular polysaccharides ofKlebsiella
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Investigations of the acidic polysaccharides isolated from the capsules ofK. scleromatis andK. ozaenae under the conditions of high-speed sedimentation and an approximation to equilibrium (Archibald's method) has made it possible to regard them as polydisperse homogeneous substances with different molecular masses and a nonspherical form of the molecules entering their composition.
KeywordsFatty Acid Composition Neutral Lipid Capsular Polysaccharide Sedimentation Coefficient Acidic Polysaccharide
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