Synonyms for succinoglycan or Related words with succinoglycan

welan              rhamsan              scleroglucan              furcelleran              acetan              scleroglycan              wellan              xantham              succinoglycans              zanthan              stachylose              meypro              guargum              xantan              traganth              diutan              hydroxypropylguar              curdlan              algin              meyprodor              homopolysaccharide              elsinan              pectine              carragheenan              carragenan              xanathan              carageenans              biosaccharide              polyglucomannan              wellans              stewartan              alcalan              arabinans              carboxymethylguar              zooglan              xanthangum              gellans              lichenan              furcellaran              lipatech              carubin              funoran              glucomannan              hydroxyethylguar              carragheen              emulsan              cyamoposis              xanthans              gummanufacturer              carrageen             

Examples of "succinoglycan"
The T-DNA fragment is flanked by 25-bp direct repeats, which act as a cis element signal for the transfer apparatus. The process of T-DNA transfer is mediated by the cooperative action of proteins encoded by genes determined in the Ti plasmid virulence region (vir genes) and in the bacterial chromosome. The Ti plasmid also contains the genes for opine catabolism produced by the crown gall cells, and regions for conjugative transfer and for its own integrity and stability. The 30 kb virulence (vir) region is a regulon organized in six operons that are essential for the T-DNA transfer (virA, virB, virD, and virG) or for the increasing of transfer efficiency (virC and virE) (Hooykaas and Schilperoort, 1992; Zupan and Zambryski, 1995, Jeon et al., 1998). Different chromosomal-determined genetic elements have shown their functional role in the attachment of A. tumefaciens to the plant cell and bacterial colonization: the loci chvA and chvB, involved in the synthesis and excretion of the b -1,2 glucan (Cangelosi et al., 1989); the chvE required for the sugar enhancement of vir genes induction and bacterial chemotaxis (Ankenbauer et al., 1990, Cangelosi et al., 1990, 1991); the cel locus, responsible for the synthesis of cellulose fibrils (Matthysse 1983); the pscA (exoC) locus, playing its role in the synthesis of both cyclic glucan and acid succinoglycan (Cangelosi et at., 1987, 1991); and the att locus, which is involved in the cell surface proteins (Matthysse, 1987).