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Lipopolysaccharide, sometimes called endotoxin, is an amphiphilic glycolipid of the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria. Upon infection, lipopolysaccharide is associated with toxicity and immunogenicity. Discover products, protocols and articles to help you with your lipopolysaccharide research.