Recent advances in studies on structure and symbiosis-related function of rhizobial K-antigens and lipopolysaccharides

Becker A, Fraysse N, Sharypova L (2005)
MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS 18(9): 899-905.

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Exopolysaccharides (EPSs) and K polysaccharides (K-antigens, capsular polysaccharides, or KPSs) are important for the recognition of the symbiotic partner and the infection process, whereas lipopolysaccharides (LPSs) may function at a later stage of symbiosis. Recently, considerable progress has been made in the structural investigation of rhizobial K-antigens and LPSs. This structural data, together with the availability of more and more mutant data, allows new insights into the structure-function relationships of surface polysaccharides and the mode of their action on host cells. This review focuses on rhizobial LPSs and K-antigens. It gives a condensed overview of the recent developments in analysis of their structures and roles during symbiosis.
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Becker A, Fraysse N, Sharypova L. Recent advances in studies on structure and symbiosis-related function of rhizobial K-antigens and lipopolysaccharides. MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS. 2005;18(9):899-905.
Becker, A., Fraysse, N., & Sharypova, L. (2005). Recent advances in studies on structure and symbiosis-related function of rhizobial K-antigens and lipopolysaccharides. MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS, 18(9), 899-905.
Becker, A., Fraysse, N., and Sharypova, L. (2005). Recent advances in studies on structure and symbiosis-related function of rhizobial K-antigens and lipopolysaccharides. MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS 18, 899-905.
Becker, A., Fraysse, N., & Sharypova, L., 2005. Recent advances in studies on structure and symbiosis-related function of rhizobial K-antigens and lipopolysaccharides. MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS, 18(9), p 899-905.
A. Becker, N. Fraysse, and L. Sharypova, “Recent advances in studies on structure and symbiosis-related function of rhizobial K-antigens and lipopolysaccharides”, MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS, vol. 18, 2005, pp. 899-905.
Becker, A., Fraysse, N., Sharypova, L.: Recent advances in studies on structure and symbiosis-related function of rhizobial K-antigens and lipopolysaccharides. MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS. 18, 899-905 (2005).
Becker, A, Fraysse, N, and Sharypova, L. “Recent advances in studies on structure and symbiosis-related function of rhizobial K-antigens and lipopolysaccharides”. MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS 18.9 (2005): 899-905.
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