The role of bacterial and non-bacterial toxins in the induction of changes in membrane transport: implications for diarrhea
Bacterial toxins induce changes in membrane transport which underlie the loss of electrolyte homeostasis associated with diarrhea. Bacterial- and their secreted toxin-types which have been linked with diarrhea include: (a) Vibrio cholerae (cholera toxin,
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