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hemolysin

[‚hē·mə′līs·ən]
(immunology)
A substance that lyses erythrocytes.
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In the present study, five virulence factors were studied which were haemolysin, gelatinase, bile esculin, DNase, and Biofilm production.
The presence of the gene in some non-haemolytic strains may be explained by the possibility of modification of the gene leading to inactive haemolysin (Landraud et al., 2000).
cholerae uses the pore-forming toxin, haemolysin (hlyA) gene to form devices that punch holes in target eukaryotic cells, causing them to lyse during infection [23].
Kaur, "A systematic analysis reveals an essential role for high-affinity iron uptake system, haemolysin and CFEM domain-containing protein in iron homoeostasis and virulence in Candida glabrata," The Biochemical Journal, vol.
lugdunensis possesses several virulence factors including a thermostable DNase clumping factor, an extracellular glycocalyx, lipase, haemolysin, and a fatty acid enzyme-modifying enzyme.
Characterization of a haemolysin from Mycobacterium tuberculosis with homology to a virulence factor of Serpulina hyodysenteriae.
Effects of medium composition, calcium, iron and oxygen on haemolysin production by Plesiomonas shigelloides isolated from water.
lugdunensis strains carry the delta-like haemolysin. (18) S.
Characterization of a new termostable direct haemolysin produced by a Kanagawa-phenomenon-negative clinical isolate of Vibrio parahaemolyticus.
albicans strain numbered highest for protease, haemolysin, coagulase expression and biofilm formation.
Klebsiella pneumoniae haemolysin adsorption to red blood cells.
The obtained results agreed with Tiwari et al., [32] who discovered the differences in haemolysin expression were observed in a strain of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium and Congo red binding activity, On the other hand the result agreed with Chart et al., [33] who examined Strains of Salmonella Enteritidis, Salm.