Pathogenic bacteria cause illness as a consequence of specific toxins that they secrete into the host cell. Recent studies have shown that a group of bacterial and plant toxins resemble each other in their general mode of action, despite the difference in the pathology of the diseases they produce.
KeywordsCholera Toxin Cell Free System Diphtheria Toxin Dimethyl Sulphate Plant Toxin
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