A colorless crystalline compound that is formed by reduction of ribose and occurs in certain plants.
- An alcohol; chemical formula: HOCH2(CHOH)3CH2OH.
- A single molecule of ribitol or arabitol was positioned in the periplasmic space at the beginning of each interactive simulation.
- The ribitol teichoic acid is usually in the cell wall, and the glycerol teichoic acid is in the cell membrane, the periplasmic region, or in the cell.
- These clones putatively encode UDP-galactose 4-epimerase, trehalose - 6-phosphate phosphatase, glucose and ribitol dehydrogenase, and ribitol dehydrogenase.
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