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- n. An oligosaccharide, consisting of four glucose residues, formed by hydrolysis of cellulose
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The researchers suspected that some of these transporters would allow Neurospora to import cellodextrins - in particular, the two -, three - and four-glucose molecules (cellobiose, cellotriose and cellotetraose, respectively).
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