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Cord factor

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Cord factor

Glycolipid (trehalose 6, 6' dimycolate) found in the cell walls of mycobacteria (causing them to grow in serpentine cords) and important in virulence, being toxic and inducing granulomatous reactions identical to those induced by the whole organism.