exotoxin

NOUN
  1. a toxin that is secreted by microorganisms into the surrounding medium
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  • The experiments identified a previously uncharacterized gene as essential for intoxication by diphtheria toxin and exotoxin A toxicity, and a cell surface protein needed for cytolethal distending toxin toxicity. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • Scarlet fever usually follows an acute infection of the tonsils or skin by group A beta-hemolytic streptococci that produce an erythrogenic exotoxin.
  • Slide 64: Example-Cholera is called by a  bacterial exotoxin that causes the human gut to release chloride ions in to the gut and water follows by osmosis Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Also, when monoclonal antibodies were coupled to bacterial or plant toxins for e.g. Exotoxin A of pseudomonas aeruginosa or abrin from Abrus precatorious penetrates the cell membrane and inhibits protein synthesis. Monoclonal Antibodies in Clinical Research
  • Furthermore, insights into the actions of PaCD and eukaryotic neutral CDases as an exotoxin and mediators of sphingolipid signaling are also Journal of Biological Chemistry current issue
  • It is caused by Staphylococcus aureus Phage Type 71 due to liberation of the exotoxin exfoliation. Medindia Health News
  • Once septicemia is advanced, antibiotic therapy may prove useless, probably because the exotoxins remain, despite the death of the bacteria. Think Progress » VIDEO: Rice Calls Idea That Iraq War Contributed To Regional Instability ‘Grotesque’
  • Pollitt's landmark work has shown that a bacterial exotoxin - Streptococcus bovis - has the capability to cause lamellar separation at the basement membrane of laminae of the foot.
  • Alarmingly, since the 1980s S. pyogenes has been identified to be globally responsible for a class of emerging, life threatening, invasive infections including the "flesh-eating" disease, necrotizing fasciitis, septicemia, and the excretion of the pyrogenic exotoxin-associated toxic shock syndrome PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The integrity of the gastrointestinal system is vital to preventing formation and release of exotoxins into systemic circulation.
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