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The chemistry of Phytomonas tumefaciens. I. The lipids of Phytomonas tumefaciens. The composition of the phosphatide

, : The chemistry of Phytomonas tumefaciens. I. The lipids of Phytomonas tumefaciens. The composition of the phosphatide. Jour Biol Chem 129(2): 519-529

Bacteria grown on a glycerol-containing medium contained about 2% of total lipids, bacteria grown on a sucrose-containing medium, about 6%. The lipids contain about 44-64% phosphatide, and the remainder is acetone-soluble fat. The phosphatide is a mixture of about equal parts of lecithin and cephalin. Besides normal saturated and un-saturated acids belonging to the C16 and C18 series, the phosphatide contains liquid-saturated acids of high mol. wt.


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