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Struktur, Wirkungsweise und genetische Organisation der Zytotoxine von darmpathogenen Bakterien

  • H. Karch
  • K. Ludwig
  • C.-N. Klünder
  • A. Schwarzkopf
  • H. Bocklage
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Zusammenfassung

Molekular-, Mikro- und Zeltbiologen haben in den letzten Jahren maßgeblich zum Verständnis der Pathomechanismen enteropathogener Bakterien beigetragen. Virulenzfaktoren, wie z. B. spezifische Adhäsine (Fimbrien und Membranproteine mit Lektin-ähnlichem Bindungscharakter), Kapsel-polysaccharide, das Eisenaufnahmesystem Aerobactin, Enterotoxine (Exotoxine mit zytotonischer Wirkung), Invasine (Membranproteine, die eine Phagozytose induzieren) sowie Zytotoxine wurden identifiziert und biochemisch bzw. molekulargenetisch charakterisiert.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Karch
  • K. Ludwig
  • C.-N. Klünder
  • A. Schwarzkopf
  • H. Bocklage

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