Bacterial Toxin

Toxins are substances created by plants and animals that are poisonous to humans. Most toxins that cause problems in humans are released by germs such as bacteria. A bacterial toxin is any toxin formed in or elaborated by bacterial cells.

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Geographic Medicine and Infectious Diseases

The Division of Geographic Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Tufts Medical Center in Boston provides a range of preventative, diagnostic and treatment services.
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