mycolic acids

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my·col·ic ac·ids

(mī-kol'ik as'idz),
Long-chain cyclopropanecarboxylic acids (C19-C21), further substituted by long-chain (C24-C30) alkanes containing free hydroxyl groups, found in certain bacteria; these waxy substances appear to be responsible for the acid-fastness of the bacteria that contain them.
Synonym(s): mykol
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