Bacterial polysaccharides represent a various reach of macromolecules that incorporate peptidoglycan, lipopolysaccharides, containers and exopolysaccharides; exacerbates whose capacities range from structural cell-divider parts (eg peptidoglycan), and paramount destructiveness components (eg Poly-N-acetylglucosamine in S. aureus), to allowing the bacterium to get by in pitiless situations (eg Pseudomonas aeruginosa in the human lung). Polysaccharide biosynthesis is a firmly managed, vitality concentrated process and comprehension the unpretentious exchange between the regulation and vitality protection, polymer change and combination, and the outer environmental capacities is a colossal territory of examination.
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