Bacterial Lipopolysaccharide: found in the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria
: composed of O-antigen, core polysaccharide and Lipid A
Examine and correctly label the various portions of bacterial lipopolysaccharide as shown here.
A. O-antigen polysaccharide
B. Core polysaccharide
C. Disaccharide diphosphate
D. Lipid A
E. Fatty acids
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