Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts

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  • Author : Ekaterina Kulakovskaya
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 124 pages
  • ISBN : 0124200966
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Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts

Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts
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  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 11 December 2013
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Extracellular Glycolipids of Yeasts: Biodiversity, Biochemistry, and Prospects provides a comprehensive view of the biochemistry, biological activity, and practical application of extracellular glycolipids of yeast. This book brings much-needed clarity to the complex topic of glycolipids and streamlines the rather confusing terminology used for glycolipids. It also provides a wealth of modern data on their composition, structure and properties, biosynthetic pathways, methods of isolation and identification, antifungal activity, and mechanisms of action. Studies of extracellular glycolipids of yeast now draw

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