Antigenic lipopolysaccharides production
Immunologically, LPS is a complex lipid to which a polysaccharide is attached that is responsible for the antigenic specificity of the O antigen. Pathophysiologically, LPS is extremely toxic and represents the endotoxin of Gram-negative bacteria.
Lipopolysaccharides can be expressed in bacteria and purified according to specific needs.
• Biomass or bacterial strains
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