Many bacterial toxins are important virulence factors, capable of instigating marked changes in the physiology of susceptible cells and tissues. Mechanisms of membrane attack by Vibrio toxins were examined on target cells, using cell physiological techniques, in particular, assays of haemolysis and radioisotope movement.
Kanagawa haemolysin (KH; commercially available preparation of the thermostable direct haemolysin (TDH)) of V. par ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]
|Author||Huntley, James Seymour.;|
|Subject||Bacterial toxins Hemolysis and hemolysins|