cholerae O1 and O139 serogroups produce cholera toxin (CT), a critical virulence factor and express toxin coregulated pilus (TCP), which are responsible for secretory diarrhea and intestinal colonization, respectively.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Cholera Toxin
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Detection of genes encoding cholera toxin (CT), zonula occludens toxin (ZOT), accessory cholera enterotoxin (ACE) and heat-stable enterotoxin (ST) in Vibrio mimicus clinical strains.
Avaccine made with succinylnorcocaine linked to recombinant cholera toxin is somewhat effective in reducing cocaine dependence, according to results from a small study.
However, he notes that the Japanese researchers tested the new vaccine by exposing mice to cholera toxin but not to live V.
But the gene producing the cholera toxin is harmful.
The company reported that, in experiments on mice, an intake of Gonzugon helps increase resistanceto cholera toxin and salmonella.