8 edition of Microbial protein toxins found in the catalog.
|Statement||Manfred J. Schmitt, Raffael Schaffrath, (eds.).|
|Series||Topics in current genetics,, 11|
|Contributions||Schmitt, Manfred J., Schaffrath, Raffael.|
|LC Classifications||QP632.M52 M53 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||2004114746|
Microbial protein toxins / Published: () Analytical chemistry of Bacillus thuringiensis / Published: () Lancaster Ave., Villanova, PA Contact. Bacterial Protein Toxins Bacterial toxins that act inside cells interact very specifically with key components of the cell, and some even manipulate the cell in subtle ways for their own purposes. These potent toxins, described in this book, will be of interest to both microbiologists and cell biologists.
• Poisonous substances produced by microorganism • It may be protein lipid or any tissue Bacterial Toxins endotoxin exotoxin 3. Endotoxin • LPS of Gram negative cell has three parts: O- antigen, core polysaccharide and lipid A. • Released usually when the cell is lysed but can also be released during vegetative growth. Bacterial Protein Toxins by Drusilla L. Burns, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Read "The Comprehensive Sourcebook of Bacterial Protein Toxins" by Joseph E. Alouf available from Rakuten Kobo. This book describes the major achievements and discoveries relevant to bacterial protein toxins since the turn of the ne Brand: Elsevier Science. This is the first of six volumes to deal with bacterial protein and polysaccharide, algal and fungal toxins. Two of the 13 chapters are devoted to general characteristics and nomenclature. Intra-cellular and extracellular toxins are compared. Modern methods of isolation and purification of bacterial toxic proteins are presented, and recent findings on the pharmacology and immunology of toxins Author: S. J. Ajl, S. Kadas, T. C. Montie.
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Microbial Toxins, A Comprehensive Treatise, Volume IIA: Bacterial Protein Toxins provides a comprehensive discussion of various aspects of bacterial toxins.
The Comprehensive Sourcebook of Bacterial Protein Toxins, Fourth Edition, contains chapters written by internationally known and well-respected specialists.
This book contains chapters devoted to individual toxins, as well as chapters that consider the different applications of these toxins. This book describes the strategies employed by protein toxins to render their pro- and eukaryotic producers a selective growth advantage over competitors.
In providing an up-to-date Microbial protein toxins book on the mode of protein toxin actions, it accommodates biomedically and. Since the initial establishment of Robert Koch’s postulates in the nineteenth century, microbial protein toxins have been recognized as a major factor of bacterial and fungal virulence.
An increasing number of proteins produced and secreted by various bacteria, yeasts and plants are extremely toxic. A number of important discoveries in the fields of bacterial pathogenesis and bacterial protein toxins have resulted from these studies, such as: (1) antibodies directed against the toxin can.
Get this from a library. Microbial protein toxins. [Manfred J Schmitt; Raffael Schaffrath;] -- "This book describes the strategies employed by protein toxins to render their pro- and eukaryotic producers a selective growth advantage over competitors. In providing an up-to-date overview on the.
This volume provides an overview of microbial toxins from diverse bacterial and fungal origins. These molecules, produced by various species and consisting of protein or small organic molecules, can play a pivotal role in pathogenesis of plants, animals, and humans that in turn can lead to the survival/dissemination of the host microbe.
In recent years remarkable progress has been accomplished with respect to our knowledge about bacterial protein toxins. This refers especially to structural aspects of protein toxins but also holds true for genetics, molecular biology and biochemical mechanisms underlying the action of toxins.
Designed for newcomers to the field of toxins, this important volume is intended to show how these proteins work while providing an up-to-date review of the field.
Bacterial Protein Toxins describes all aspects of the biology of toxins, including their synthesis and secretion from the bacterial cell, their travels to and into the target host cell, and their modes of attacking the host cell.
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Holger Barth (Ed.) Pages: Published: June (This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue Novel Pharmacological Inhibitors for Bacterial Protein Toxins that was published in Toxins). Buy Bacterial Protein Toxins () (): NHBS - Edited By: Alistair Lax, Cambridge University PressPrice Range: £ - £ Buy Microbial Protein Toxins (Topics in Current Genetics (11)) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.
Cambridge Core - Microbiology and Immunology - Bacterial Protein Toxins - edited by Alistair J. Lax. Finally, recent methodological advances and scientific results in bacterial toxins have opened new perspectives for basic sciences and toxin-based biotechnological applications.
Taken together, the aim of this Special Issue of Toxins is to discuss these various aspects on folding and membrane interactions of bacterial toxins. Alexandre Chenal. Microbial toxins are toxins produced by micro-organisms, including bacteria and fungi. Microbial toxins promote infection and disease by directly damaging host tissues and by disabling the immune system.
Some bacterial toxins, such as Botulinum neurotoxins, are the most potent natural toxins known. However, microbial toxins also have important uses in medical science and research.
The use of microbial toxins as important cell biology tools for a multitude of applications benefits from many of the characteristics that they have naturally acquired through interactions with their hosts during co-evolution.
Microbial toxins have emerged from being the patient's 'foe' to becoming a highly useful scientist's 'friend'. Since the initial establishment of Robert Koch’s postulates in the nineteenth century, microbial protein toxins have been recognized as a major factor of bacterial and fungal virulence.Bacterial toxins play an important role in infectious diseases.
Several are amongst the most potent biological agents known to man. Cholera, pertussis, botulinum, clostridium and tetanus toxins are all produced by bacteria. In many cases, it is the toxin produced and not the infectious agent itself that causes pathology.
Botulinum toxin has now of course found clinical application as botox. Purchase Toxins - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1.