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Membranes of the spores

David B. Hedrick davidbhedrick at icx.net
Thu Jul 6 20:41:19 EST 2000


Olivier:


         The membranes are mostly lipid, usually with a significant proportion
of protein.  Saccharides in membranes are found as head groups of the
lipids or surface modifications of the proteins.



 > Hi everybody...
 >
 > Could anyone tell me what are the constituant of the membranes of bacterial
 > spores? Is it proteins or polysaccharids?
 >
 > Any information will be welcome!
 >
 > Thanks in advance
 >
 > Olivier
 >
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