enterotoxic

enterotoxic

of the nature of or pertaining to enterotoxin.

enterotoxic bacteria
bacteria capable of producing enterotoxins.
enterotoxic colibacillosis
a severe toxemia caused by enterotoxic strains of Escherichia coli; characterized by collapse, low body temperature, coma, and slow irregular heart rate.
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NSP4 also acts as a viral enterotoxin (13,14), and the enterotoxic activity has been mapped to a region, the toxic peptide, spanning amino acids 114-135 of NSP4 (14).
1,2) Despite the existence of several reports regarding the detection of enterotoxic and cytotoxic activities, the virulence mechanisms related to the enteric infections are not yet completely defined.
cholera, it produces an enterotoxic hemolysin which enhances its virulence, along with other factors like enterotoxins, proteases, and hemagglutinin.
The toxins have potent enterotoxic and cytotoxic properties that are responsible for the diarrhea and colitis seen with CDI.
110) Therefore, MucoRice-CTB may be a potential vaccine against the toxin produced by enterotoxic E.
The gene that codifies ESB was the main enterotoxic gene detected in this study, followed by ESA; results concur with the findings of Gucukoglu et al (24), who analyzed samples of ice cream and found that the main enterotoxin produced was ESB.
3] minimum hemolytic * Alexandrium 100 tamarense Alexandrium 50-700 fundyense Alexandrium 550 monilatum Prorocentrum Enterotoxic 2 X [10.
Washington, July 23 (ANI): Scientists have come one step closer to finding toxin antidotes that will make hospital-acquired infections and enterotoxic E.
All three toxins have enterotoxic activity, but Shiga toxin also possesses cytotoxic and neurotoxic activity.