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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Ljungh A, Eneroth P and T Wadstrom Cytotonic enterotoxin from Aeromonas hydrophila.
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).