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Aerolysin

Secreted, cytolytic toxin that forms pores in host membranes after proteolytic removal of a C-terminal propeptide, leading to destruction of the membrane permeability barrier and host cell death. The pores are formed by transmembrane beta-strands and are approximately 3 nm in diameter.

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Aerolysin

Secreted, cytolytic toxin that forms pores in host membranes after proteolytic removal of a C-terminal propeptide, leading to destruction of the membrane permeability barrier and host cell death. The pores are formed by transmembrane beta-strands and are approximately 3 nm in diameter.

Aerolysin-3

Also known as Aerolysin-3 (Hemolysin-3).
Secreted, cytolytic toxin that forms pores in host membranes after proteolytic removal of a C-terminal propeptide, leading to destruction of the membrane permeability barrier and cell death. The pores are formed by transmembrane beta-strands and are approximately 3 nm in diameter.

Aerolysin-4

Also known as Aerolysin-4 (Hemolysin-4).
Secreted, cytolytic toxin that forms pores in host membranes after proteolytic removal of a C-terminal propeptide, leading to destruction of the membrane permeability barrier and cell death. The pores are formed by transmembrane beta-strands and are approximately 3 nm in diameter.

Aerolysin-5

Also known as Aerolysin-5 (Hemolysin-5).
Secreted, cytolytic toxin that forms pores in host membranes after proteolytic removal of a C-terminal propeptide, leading to destruction of the membrane permeability barrier and cell death. The pores are formed by transmembrane beta-strands and are approximately 3 nm in diameter.

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