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Which Component of Lipopolysaccharide of Gram Negative Bacteria Can Act as an Endotoxin?

by Liposomes on December 13, 2011

A. O-specific polysaccharide
B. Liposome A
C. Lipid A
D Phospholipid
E. Core polysaccharide

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novangelis September 7, 2010 at 3:29 am

C. Lipid A

Branched lipids, such as the β-hydroxy linked fatty acids in lipopolysaccharide or mycolic acid from Mycobacterium tuberculosis, tend to provoke a potent immune response.

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