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By Patrik M. Bavoil Virginia L. Clark

ISBN-10: 0121821374

ISBN-13: 9780121821371

This quantity of Methods in Enzymology comprises contributions protecting the vast spectrum of interactions among bacterial pathogens and their eukaryotic hosts. It enhances quantity 235, within which tools for the isolation and id of bacterial pathogens and linked virulence determinants are defined. because the research of bacterial pathogenesis borrows from a superb number of applied sciences and disciplines, we objective to supply the reader with a consultant pattern of the main complicated pathogenesis learn

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However, because the specific biological activity of TNF-a varies from lot to lot and tends to degrade over time with storage, the activity of the standards is only an estimate, and it is preferable to determine the actual specific activity of the TNF standard preparation by the LDs0 method described below, and to adjust the estimated TNF standard concentrations to the true values when constructing the TNF standard curve for each assay. The specific activity of the TNF standards is determined with each assay in the laboratory of McGee.

Green, N. Fiore, and B. Williamson, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. A. 72, 3666 (1975), METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY, VOL. 236 Copyright © 1994 by Academic Press, Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. 24 BACTERIAL EFFECTS ON IMMUNE CELLS [3] TNF-ot, l° the apparent incongruity that surfaced was the clinical observation that septic shock indistinguishable from endotoxin shock of gramnegative etiology could be observed in septicemia caused by gram-positive bacteria, 1~ which lack endotoxin. Soon, however, others showed that TNF-ct could be induced by peptidoglycan ~2 or lipoteichoic acid, H one or the other of which is found in all gram-positive bacteria.

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