Bacterial Enzymes and Virulence
Ian Alan Holder
CRC Press, 1985 - Science - 197 pages
Enzymes that release host nutrients for further bacterila growth. Nutritional and environmental control of bacterial toxigenesis. Nutrients as components of bacterial toxic proteins.
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Nutrients as Components of Bacterial Toxic Proteins
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