Medical Definition of C polysaccharide

1. Polysaccharide released by pneumococci which contains galactosamine 6 phosphate and phosphoryl choline. C-reactive protein is so called because it will precipitate this polysaccharide through an interaction with the phosphoryl choline. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of C Polysaccharide

C clefs
C compiler
C factors
C fiber
C fibers
C fibres
C gene
C group viruses
C horizon
C instrument
C instruments
C major
C minor
C of A
C of E
C polysaccharide (current term)
C program
C protein
C region
C sharp
C sliding osteotomy
C subfibre
C type lectin
C type virus
C value
C value paradox
C wave
CaCC
CaDTe
CaOC

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