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Streptococcus intermedius

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Disease relevance of Streptococcus intermedius


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Chemical compound and disease context of Streptococcus intermedius


Biological context of Streptococcus intermedius

  • These are enterotoxin B, leukotoxin D, enterotoxin, serin proteases (SplA and SplC), thermonuclease, an IgG binding protein and two so far unknown proteins in S. aureus with similarities to SceD precursor in Staphylococcus carnosus and to synergohymenotropic toxin precursor in Streptococcus intermedius [15].

Gene context of Streptococcus intermedius


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