and pathogenicity of groundnut A.
Detection and monitoring toxigenicity
of cyanobacteria by application of molecular methods.
Detection of toxigenicity
by a probe for the microcystin synthetase A gene (mcyA) of the cyanobacterial genus Microcystis: comparison of toxicities with 16S rRNA and phycocyanin operon (phycocyanin intergenic spacer) phylogenies.
perfringens strains were then typed for their toxigenicity
and typing by the mice neutralization test and dermonecrotic test in guinea pigs (Murray et al., 2003).
Studies on toxigenicity
of Bacillus cereus strains isolated from food.
Rapid enzyme immunoassay for determination of toxigenicity
among clinical isolates of corynebacteria.
This strain is a cytotoxin producer and, as has been pointed out for Shigella, a correlation exists between the severity of the lesions of the mucosal membrane and the toxigenicity
of a particular strain (Polotsky et al., 1994).
* The toxicity of the novel gene products, breakdown products and byproducts in the environment must be established and described potential toxigenicity
to known or potential predators, grazers, parasites, pathogens, competitors and symbiont; potential for adverse human health effects, such as exposure to toxins, irritants and antigens.
A culture taken from the patient was positive for Corynebacterium diphtheriae, but toxigenicity
testing was not conducted.
This led to a study at the Seattle laboratory of the physiological properties of various strains of C botulinum and related organisms and the factors determining their toxigenicity
and Otero, A., Surface mycoflora of a Spanish fermented meat sausage and toxigenicity
of Penicillium isolates.
Gliotoxin natural incidence and toxigenicity
of Aspergillus fumigatus isolated from maize silage and ready dairy cattle feed.