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.
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.