An analogue of lipid A and LPS from Rhodobacter sphaeroides inhibits neutrophil responses to LPS by blocking receptor recognition of LPS and by depleting LPS-binding protein in plasma

Y. Aida, K. Kusumoto, K. Nakatomi, H. Takada, M. J. Pabst, K. Maeda

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