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exopolysaccharides

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  • n. Plural form of exopolysaccharide.

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Examples

  • The health-promoting effects ascribed to probiotic strains or fermented foods arise not only from bacteria themselves but also from the metabolites produced during fermentation such as exopolysaccharides (EPS).

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  • A number of studies have revealed that many bacteria and fungi exist predominantly as surface-attached multicellular communities, commonly referred to as biofilms, embedded in bacterial-derived extracellular matrix typically containing exopolysaccharides, proteins and nucleic acids.

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  • Activation of YfiBNR resulted in increased levels of the signaling molecule c-di-GMP, which in turn triggered massive production of exopolysaccharides and drastically reduced growth rates, two hallmarks of SCV behavior.

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  • The effect is attributed to the production of exopolysaccharides during the fermentation process, which act as coagulants and emulsifiers and are also

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  • Leuconostoc, Lactobacillus, and Weissella were seen to produce exopolysaccharides, but with some strains the positive technical results were marred by acidification.

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  • In the ES114 strain, RscS switches on another gene called SypG, which in turn produces long polymers of sugar molecules called exopolysaccharides.

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