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000184317 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/j.chom.2012.08.005
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000184317 245__ $$aPathogenic Pore-Forming Proteins: Function and Host Response
000184317 260__ $$aCambridge$$bCell Press$$c2012
000184317 269__ $$a2012
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000184317 520__ $$aOrganisms from all kingdoms produce pore-forming proteins, with the best-characterized being of bacterial origin. The last decade of research has revealed that the channels formed by these proteins can be very diverse, thus differentially affecting target cell-membrane permeability and consequent cellular outcome. The responses to these toxins are also extremely diverse due to multiple downstream effects of pore-induced changes in ion balance. Determining the secondary effects of pore-forming toxins is essential to understand their contribution to infection.
000184317 700__ $$0240087$$aBischofberger, Mirko$$g169799
000184317 700__ $$0242344$$aIacovache, Ioan$$g172742
000184317 700__ $$0240085$$avan der Goot, Gisou$$g171549
000184317 773__ $$j12$$k3$$q266-275$$tCell Host & Microbe
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