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Cell penetrability of shigella


, : Cell penetrability of shigella. Japanese Journal of Bacteriology 32(6): 785-804

Cellular penetrability of Shigella was studied in guinea pig tissue cultures and by oral infections of monkeys. Pathology of bacterial dysentery is reviewed including relationship between pathogenicity and mucous membrane penetrability, membrane penetrability as a necessary factor for development of shigellosis and the role of enterotoxin in dysentery. Mechanism of Shigella cell penetration, role of the bacterial outer membrane in cell penetrability, proliferation and virulence within tissues, physical-chemical properties or organisms and genetic control of virulence are discussed.

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