cytotonic enterotoxin

cy·to·ton·ic en·ter·o·tox·in

an enterotoxin that morphologically changes, but does not kill, the target cell.
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Cytotoxic enterotoxin, cytotonic enterotoxin and aerolysin play crucial roles in establishment of infections [21].
Some strains of Aeromonas isolated from water have been shown to possess virulence traits, such as adhesions, hemolysins, and cytotonic enterotoxins, presumably involved with human pathogenicity (3,12,13).