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Bacterial toxins and selected topics in virology.
|Statement||Edited by F. Patočka and C. John.|
|Contributions||Patočka, František, 1904- ed., John, C., ed., Univerzita Karlova. Fakulta všeobecného lékařství., Československá lékařská společnost J. E. Purkyně. Sekce mikrobiologů a epidemiologů.|
|LC Classifications||QR1 .B23|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||407|
|LC Control Number||72467596|
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This chapter discusses the molecules that have been classically known as bacterial toxins; the last section mentions some recently identified molecules that cause cell intoxication and have many but not all of the properties of classical toxins.
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Patoc̆ka and C. John. Country of Publication: Czech Republic Publisher: Prague, Charles Univ.  Description: p. ill. Language: English MeSH. This book covers quite a variety of topics related to the molecular and general mechanisms of bacterial pathogenesis as well as host responses.
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