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Two epidermolytic toxins, produced by different strains of Staphylococcus aureus, split human skin at a site in the upper epidermis. Clinical effects are most common in infants, but adults are… Continue Reading
A sandwich ELISA, with antisera from rat and rabbit, was used to determine epidermolytic toxin (ET) to a limit of about 0.01 ng at 0.1 ng/ml. The binding of ET to the epidermis of skin discs was… Continue Reading
SummaryAn epidermolytic toxin target was observed in keratohyalin granules of sectioned epidermis by a ‘direct’ fluorescence procedure using FTC-toxin, but not by an ‘indirect’ procedure using… Continue Reading