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Gerwing, Julia (The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada), Claude E. Dolman, and David A. Arnott. Activation phenomenon of Clostridium botulinum type E toxin. J. Bacteriol. 84:302-306. 1962-Highly purified preparations of both nonactivated and trypsin-activated type E botulinus toxins have been analyzed in an ultracentrifuge. Untreated(More)
Type E strains of Clostridium botulinum tend to produce toxin of relatively low mouse killing power (administered intraperitoneally) in relation to its high lethality per os for man. The explanation of this peculiarity seems to lie in the phenomenon of "activation," whereby type E toxin, when exposed at an appropriate pH in vitro to certain bacterial(More)
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