The Structure and Biosynthesis of Lipopolysaccharides and Glycoproteins
The term recognition is defined by Webster as perceiving something clearly or perceiving something previously known. In that context, living cells are able to recognize various things in their environment, and this recognition must be one of the initial steps of many different cellular events.
KeywordsInfluenza Virus Kidney Cell Outer Core Bacterial Lipopolysaccharide Viral Glycoprotein
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