C. perfringens toxin

Tom McCloud McCloud at dtpax2.ncifcrf.gov
Thu Jul 2 15:13:18 EST 1998


A quick search seems to indicate that the toxin is a glycoprotein,
~mw84000.  Macromolecular isolation work is certainly not the same as
small molecule work, and requires different equipment/techniques.  Look
into Canadian J. Microb. 28, 860,1982.    Tom McCloud

John Gentry wrote:

>  Has anyone out there done any work with the toxin of C. perfringens?
> I need to know how difficult it is to isolate the toxin.  If anyone
> knows of any references or can tell me how difficult this is I would
> appreciate it. Thanks
>
>                                                   JG.


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