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Gut Mucus Anti-Salmonella Lectin
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:Gut Mucus Anti-Salmonella Lectin
|Lecster ID:287|| Edit Entry |
| Common Nomenclature:||Gut Mucus Anti-Salmonella Lectin|
|Characterization Notes:||Specific components isolated from crude mucus secretions were found to aggregate the bacteria. The degree of bacterial aggregation was dependent on the protein concentration of the crude mucus and on time.|
|Inhibitors:||Aggregation of S. typhimurium could be abolished by sugars: L-fucose exhibited the strongest inhibition, followed by D-glucose, D-galactose and D-mannose.|
|References:||Microb Pathog 1992 Apr;12(4):255-66|
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