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  • No Preassembly Required for Shiga Toxin Activity
  • Cell-to-Cell Signaling in and
  • “Meet the Expert Interviews,” an Integrative Learning Experience for Microbiology and Anatomy & Physiology Undergraduate Students
  • Two Laboratory Activities Using Conventional or Real-Time PCR to Simulate Pathogenic Detection
  • Thomas Whittam, Shiga Toxin-Producing , and the Clinical Consequences of Clonality
  • Color Plates
  • Color Plates
  • Cell-to-Cell Signaling in and
  • The Double Life of
  • Shiga Toxins (Stxs): Multifaceted Pathogenicity Determinants
  • Heat-Labile Enterotoxins
  • Shiga Toxins: Potent Poisons, Pathogenicity Determinants, and Pharmacological Agents
  • DEDICATION
  • CONTENTS
  • Trafficking of Cholera Toxin and Related Bacterial Enterotoxins: Pathways and Endpoints
  • Transport of Toxins across Intracellular Membranes
  • Transcytosis of Bacterial Toxins across Mucosal Barriers
  • Receptors for Bacterial Toxins
  • Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli in Ruminant Hosts
  • Holistic Perspective on the Escherichia coli Hemolysin
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