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  • n. Plural form of enterotoxin.


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  • When the Tokyo group analyzed the strain that killed her, which had been given the name MW2, they found good reasons why: its genome was studded with virulence factors, eighteen exotoxins and enterotoxins that would mount a wide-ranging attack and stimulate an overwhelming immune response.


  • Since nham is frequently eaten raw, it is important that pathogenic bacteria be killed as well as that botulinum toxin and staphylococcal enterotoxins are not produced.

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  • The toxic proteins that caused the food poisoning were attributable to enterotoxins produced by staphylococcus aureus.

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  • Quercetin, on the other hand, had no antibacterial activity at the concentrations used nor did it affect any of the enterotoxins.

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  • The crude decoction and quercetin were studied for their antibacterial activity and effect on virulence features of common diarrhoeal pathogens viz. colonization of epithelial cells and production and action of enterotoxins.

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  • T, Hamabata T, Yoshiki A, Hori T, Ito S, et al. (2003) An association of 27 - and 40-kDa molecules with glycolipids that bind A-B bacterial enterotoxins to cultured cells.

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  • The decoction of the unripe fruit pulp of A. marmelos, despite having limited antimicrobial activity, affected the bacterial colonization to gut epithelium and production and action of certain enterotoxins.

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  • (staphylococcal enterotoxins) are all toxic proteins that are poisonous to the human body.

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