It was earlier proposed that signals from host cells like antimicrobial peptides may induce synthesis of bacterial toxins
Preliminary studies have shown that cultures of mammary cells grown in single cell layers, or monolayers, can be used to show the effect of bacterial toxins
on mammary cells.
Nevertheless, he suggests that the bacterial toxin
could offer industrial facilities an alternative to traditional zebra mussel-control methods.
The company said the strain of the detected bacteria is not the kind that generates bacterial toxin
The corn variety examined carries a gene from Bacillus thuringiensis for an especially strong punch of the bacterial toxin
Powdered skim milk tainted with a bacterial toxin
, produced at Snow Brand Milk Products Co.
Therapore(R) utilizes bacterial toxin
proteins to deliver target antigens into human cells to induce significant cell-mediated immune ("CMI") responses.
The latest discovery of a bacterial toxin
in powdered milk produced at the company's Hokkaido plant ''could have a severe impact on Snow Brand's earnings as it is likely to cause further decline in sales of the company's products,'' the agency said.
may lead to less painful treatments for diabetes and brain cancer
Snow Brand Milk Products fell as low as 419 yen in early trading on reports that the Hokkaido government has found high concentrations of bacterial toxin
in powdered skimmed milk produced at a Snow Brand plant on Japan's northernmost main island.
Meanwhile, market focus was on Snow Brand Milk Products following reports that the Hokkaido government has found high concentrations of bacterial toxin
in powdered skim milk produced at a Snow Brand plant on Japan's northernmost main island.
Following internalization by the tumor cell of the GnRH analogue, the bacterial toxin
attached to the GnRH targeting molecule is released into the cancer cell, resulting in cell death.