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Host-symbiont interactions: recognizing Rhizobium



Host-symbiont interactions: recognizing Rhizobium



Nitrogen fixation Volume 2: symbiotic associations and cyanobacteria: 189-203



The following methods for Rhizobium strain identification, based on bacterial surface properties, are described: fingerprint analysis of the sugar composition of Rhizobium lipopolysaccharides; reaction of Rhizobium with lipopolysaccharide-specific antibodies; reaction of Rhizobium with flagella-specific antibodies; and reaction with Rhizobium bacteriophage.

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