|Definition||Cytotoxin K from Bacillus cereus belongs to the family of oligomeric β-barrel pore-forming toxins. Cytotoxin K may be responsible for a disease that is similar to, although not as severe as, the necrotic enteritis caused by the beta-toxin of C. perfringens type C|
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Lund T, et al. 2000. Mol. Microbiol. 38(2):254-61 A new cytotoxin from Bacillus cereus that may cause necrotic enteritis. (PMID 11069652)
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