3 exotoxins that cause human disease

Exotoxins are proteins produced by both gram-positive bacteria and gram-negative bacteria. They are considered to be among most toxic substances as they can easily disseminate in blood for their high solubility. An only small amount of exotoxins is enough to be a lethal dose. For example, 1mg of botulinum toxins is enough to kill 1 million guinea pigs. Continue reading 3 exotoxins that cause human disease