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The role of cyanobacterial exopolysaccharides in structuring desert microbial crusts

Mutational analysis of exopolysaccharide biosynthesis by Lactobacillus sakei 0-1

Studies on neutral exopolysaccharides produced by the ectomycorrhiza Thelephora terrestris

Fastidian gum: the Xylella fastidiosa exopolysaccharide possibly involved in bacterial pathogenicity

Identification and characterization of a new exopolysaccharide biosynthesis gene cluster from Streptomyces

Plasmids from Halomonas eurihalina, a microorganism which produces an exopolysaccharide of biotechnological interest

Exopolysaccharide production by mucoid and non-mucoid strains of Burkholderia cepacia

Microbiological characterisation of Burkholderia cepacia isolates from cystic fibrosis patients: investigation of the exopolysaccharides produced

Exopolysaccharides Produced by Plant Pathogenic Bacteria Affect Ascorbate Metabolism in Nicotiana tabacum

Effects of cyanobacterium exopolysaccharides on life-history of Ceriodaphnia cornuta SARS

Structure and properties of the exopolysaccharide produced by Streptococcus macedonicus Sc136

Structural elucidation of the repeat unit in highly branched acidic exopolysaccharides produced by nitrogen fixing Burkholderia

Effects of a sulfated exopolysaccharide produced by Altermonas infernus on bone biology

Colony types and virulence traits of Legionella feeleii determined by exopolysaccharide materials

Effects of salinity on cellular growth and exopolysaccharide production of freshwater Synechococcus strain CCAP1405

Pectobacterium atrosepticum exopolysaccharides: identification, molecular structure, formation under stress and in planta conditions

Role of exopolysaccharide, the rugose phenotype and VpsR in the pathogenesis of epidemic Vibrio cholerae


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Any of a range of extracellular homo‐ or heteropolysaccharides produced by microorganisms, either as insoluble capsules or as soluble slimes. They serve for protection and possibly also in recognition by host organisms.


Subjects: Chemistry.

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