streptolysin


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streptolysin

[¦strep·tō′līs·ən]
(biochemistry)
Any of a group of hemolysins elaborated by Streptococcus pyogenes.
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0) Streptokinases ska Streptokinase 122/122 (100) skc Streptokinase 122/122 (100) skg Streptokinase 122/122 (100) Toxins sagA Streptolysin S 122/122 (100) slo Streptolysin O 122/122 (100) speG Streptococcus pyrogenic exotoxin G 81/122 (66.
2013) Streptolysin O and its co-toxin NAD-glycohydrolase protect group A Streptococcus from Xenophagic killing.
FITC-dextran uptake was observed in the cells that were exposed to this marker in the presence of 230 ng/mL of streptolysin O.
Streptolysin 0 (SLO), prototype of the cholesterol-binding family of bacterial exotoxins, forms very large pores in the plasma membrane of mammalian cells 23.
Use of a monoclonal antibody to determine the mode of transmembrane pore formation by streptolysin O.
Key words: Streptolysin S, Streptococcus pyogenes Group A, Chemiluminescence, Rabbit Polymorphonuclear Leucocytes
Dual control of streptokinase and streptolysin S production by the covRS and fasCAX two-component regulators in Streptococcus dysgalactiae subsp.
Borrelia toxins break down in the same biopathways as other biotoxins such as streptolysin.
Streptolysin S-producing strain of Group G hemolytic streptococci recently was reported to produce NI.
Moreover, recent genomic research has demonstrated that many pathogenically notable virulence factors in SDSE, including M protein, streptokinase, and streptolysin, were all encoded by genes highly homologous with those identified in S.
A single Anti Streptolysin O titer was obtained from all patients at admission.
The typical appearance of severe local pain and rapidly spreading erythema followed by necrosis is a result of the streptococcal haemolytic toxins, streptolysin O and S, which destroy tissue.