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Rescue from lethal Shiga toxin 2-induced renal failure with a cell-permeable peptide.Academic Article Why?
Tumor necrosis factor alpha increases human cerebral endothelial cell Gb3 and sensitivity to Shiga toxin.Academic Article Why?
Distinct physiologic and inflammatory responses elicited in baboons after challenge with Shiga toxin type 1 or 2 from enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli.Academic Article Why?
Kurosawa, ShinichiroPerson Why?
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In vivo transduction with shiga toxin 1-encoding phage.Academic Article Why?
Shiga toxin: biochemistry, genetics, mode of action, and role in pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Axonally transported Shigella cytotoxin is neuronotoxic.Academic Article Why?
Butyrate induces Gb3-galactosyltransferase and synthesis of the Shiga toxin receptor, Gb3, in MDCK cellsAcademic Article Why?
Chapter 22. Shiga toxin: Production and PurificationAcademic Article Why?
Developmentally regulated Gb3 galactosyltransferase and alpha-galactosidase determine Shiga toxin receptors in intestine.Academic Article Why?
Effect of shiga toxin on NaCl transport in rat distal colon.Academic Article Why?
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for shigella toxin.Academic Article Why?
Infections in pediatric postdiarrheal hemolytic uremic syndrome: factors associated with identifying shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli.Academic Article Why?
Isolation and characterization of functional Shiga toxin subunits and renatured holotoxin.Academic Article Why?
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