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Several low-molecular-weight phenolic acids are present in the blood of septic patients at high levels. The microbial origin of the most of phenolic acids in the human body was shown previously, but(More)
The influence of progesterone and its synthetic analogues on the induction of the Ca(2+)-dependent mitochondrial permeability transition pore (MPTP) has been studied. The novel synthetic analogue of(More)
Amylosin, a heat-stable channel-forming non-ribosomally synthesized peptide toxin produced by strains of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens isolated from moisture-damaged buildings, is shown in this paper to(More)
Valinomycin and cereulide are bacterial toxins with closely similar chemical structure and properties but different toxic effects. Emetic poisoning is induced by cereulide but not by valinomycin.(More)