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DE-02901 from the National Institute of Dental Research. Chemistry and Biological Activities of Bacterial Surface Amphiphiles 43 Copyright © 1981 by Academic Press, Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. ISBN 0-12-640380-5 Arnold S. Bleiweis and Ronald C. Craig 44 II. CHEMICAL ANALYSES OF CRUDE EXTRACTS AND PARTIALLYPURIFIED PRODUCTS Table 1 presents the chemical composition of a typical crude phenol-water extract (iLTA-A) of S. mutans AHT. Large amounts of the cell-wall sugars glucose, galactose and rhamnose are detected.
ISBN 0-12-640380-5 Laura I. Katona et al. 52 case one is interested in how one comDonent influences the other, one should be able to define the components of a mixture. Although the focus of their discussion was the study of the gram-negative amphiphile, lipopolysaccharide (LPS), clearly the same questions arise when studying other bacterial amphiphiles. Are the effects observed, for example, with a particular preparation of lipoteichoic acid (LTA) due solely to the LTA present in the preparation, or due to one of the protein or polysaccharide contaminants?