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Some Aspects of the Effects of Endotoxin, Endotoxoid, and Biogenic Amines

  • B. Urbaschek
  • R. Urbaschek

Abstract

Endotoxins certainly play a more important role in systemic diseases caused by gram-negative bacteria than for instance in gram-negative infections of the gastrointestinal tract, such as shigellosis. Considering the pathophysiology of infections with gram-negative bacteria endotoxins represent only one of the pathogenic principles of gram-negative bacteria.

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Biogenic Amine Pertussis Vaccine Early Component Endotoxin Action Hamster Cheek Pouch 
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